Bankruptcy helps many people get a fresh start after they have serious money problems. There are many reasons you might get into debt that you can’t afford to repay, and you should always learn about your options sooner rather than later. Waiting can only get you deeper into a financial hole with more problems to solve.
If you have debts and can’t keep up with payments, talk to a bankruptcy attorney in Warren as soon as you can. We can tell you whether bankruptcy is an option in your situation and help with every step of a bankruptcy case.
Some people think that bankruptcy is for people who want to spend money and not pay it back. However, there are many people who fall into debt for reasons they cannot control. Some common reasons for bankruptcy include:
When any of these happens, you can find yourself over your head in debt very quickly. Never wait to speak with a bankruptcy lawyer who can help you learn about your debt-relief options.
Bankruptcy is not the right thing to do in every case. Sometimes, there are less drastic debt-relief tools you can use. Our law firm will be honest about whether you are a good fit for a bankruptcy case. We don’t file bankruptcy for clients who won’t benefit from it.
Some things we review when helping you decide what to do include:
Once we get an idea of your entire financial picture, we can give advice on whether a bankruptcy case is in your best interest.
When you file for bankruptcy, you will need a lot of information to fill out all the necessary paperwork. We tell you everything you need to gather, and then we fill out everything for you. Then, we handle every step of the process, including:
We do everything we can to make sure your bankruptcy case ends with a successful discharge of your debts, which wipes your financial slate clean and allows you to start over.
The law office of Karen E. Evangelista, PC can help you take control of your money situation. We file bankruptcy cases for individuals, families, and businesses in the Warren area, and we can help you. Contact us for a discussion about your situation and how we can help you with a bankruptcy case.