If you are living paycheck to paycheck, it may be time to consider filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy case. Of course, if you are like most people, you dread taking this step. However, the majority of our clients reveal that dreading their filing was tougher than actually doing it! In fact, they wish they hadn’t taken so long to do it.
If you are struggling financially, consider why you are procrastinating getting help. Do you feel afraid? Is it your pride? In many cases, the individual doesn’t understand how the bankruptcy process works. Merely getting the answers they need to their questions helps them move forward in taking control of their financial life. Filing a personal bankruptcy can be the first step in obtaining the fresh start you need.
It is also important for you to realize that you are not alone in your money troubles. In today’s economy, most everyone is on a budget. In fact, several people you know may have already filed for bankruptcy! Regardless, bankruptcy does not carry the same “stigma” that it used to.
Finally, don’t view bankruptcy as a form of “punishment” for being overwhelmed by your debt. The purpose of the bankruptcy process is to give individuals a new start, not to punish you. It often is more financially responsible to seek the debt relief you need instead of continuing to drown in your debt.
Don’t delay any longer. The more you procrastinate, the further into debt you can get and you may also lose assets you could save within a bankruptcy filing. Let us review your unique circumstances and help you create the best strategy for dealing with your debt. Call us today!
If you would like a down-to-earth approach and a lawyer who will listen carefully to all your questions and concern, call DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC,at (414) 377-0518. We serve clients primarily in the areas of student loan law, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies, debt negotiations and defending foreclosure actions. If you live in the area of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, call us for the debt relief assistance you need. Visit our web site and like us on Facebook.