One of the most common questions potential clients ask me is whether they should file bankruptcy. In all honesty, there is no set answer to this question. Determining whether bankruptcy is right for any household is both a serious and difficult division. It is essential that you are properly informed about bankruptcy. When considering bankruptcy, one must know the answers to these three questions: first: am I eligible to file bankruptcy; second: what are the different types of bankruptcy; and third: are there any alternatives to bankruptcy?
Determining Whether Bankruptcy Will Benefit You
Despite the misconceptions about bankruptcy, bankruptcy can mean a brighter, more financially stable future. One of the primary purposes of bankruptcy is to allow you to reduce, restructure, or even eliminate your debt in its entirety. Any of these options may help you start again. Filing for bankruptcy does not always mean you will lose everything. Bankruptcy can help you manage an otherwise unmanageable situation. It can help you can regain control of your finances and move on with your life.
Seek Professional Legal Advise
If you are overwhelmed by debt due to credit cards, unforeseen medical expenses, lack of work, or any other reason, bankruptcy may be right for you. I urge you to consult with a Marietta bankruptcy attorney from my firm as soon as possible. When you contact my firm, I will review your financial situation, advise you of your options, and help you determine how best to proceed. Every situation is different, that is why it is important for you to discuss your options with a knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney before going any further.
Contact me at Cherney Law Firm LLC to schedule your free, confidential consultation today.