Monday, December 10, 2018

Bankruptcy Can Help You Deal with Medical Debt In Georgia

Medical bills continue to be one of most common reasons why people file bankruptcy in Georgia. Even when you have health care coverage, it can be impossible to pay co-pays for doctor visits, prescription medications, and make payments on bills your insurance does not cover. People all over Georgia continue to juggle their finances by trying to make payments on credit card debt, mortgage and vehicle payments, utilities, and groceries all while trying to cover unexpected medical expenses. When it becomes too much to handle, the bankruptcy attorneys at King & King can help.

Bankruptcy can clear your debt. Chapter 7 bankruptcy eliminates unsecured debts such as credit card bills, personal loans, broken leases and medical bills. Chapter 13 bankruptcy reorganizes debts into an affordable monthly plan that allows you to make payments based on your income ability. Chapter 13 also helps stop foreclosure, repossession and more. Your bankruptcy attorney can help you decide which chapter is best for you. Both chapters put a stop to all collections.

When you or a loved one is dealing with an illness or other health concerns, the last thing you want to worry about is how bills will be paid. This is when an experienced bankruptcy attorney at King & King can help you find an appropriate solution to your situation.

If you are dealing with medical debt or find it is becoming increasingly difficult to make necessary monthly payments because of medical bills, call King & King to schedule a free consultation today at 404-524-6400.