Even those who previously had a high credit score and made a point of paying debts on time can suffer setbacks which land them in trouble financially. At the office of Karen E. Evangelista, P.C., we know how unexpected circumstances can come up, leaving you behind in making payments.
Unfortunately, debt collection agencies have one job, and that is to harass you into paying, often by any means possible. For over 30 years, our Warren, Michigan bankruptcy attorney has guided residents of Macomb County in these situations, helping them get the fresh start they need to get back on track financially.
It is important to realize that you are not alone when struggling with debts, and that there are services available to help you. Through the United States Courts, bankruptcy is a tool to help honest debtors get back on their feet, after failed business ventures, job losses, or injuries and illnesses threaten their financial security.
Warren bankruptcy attorney Karen E. Evangelista has been working with clients for over three decades, and understands the serious issues that arise when you fall behind in making payments. Bankruptcy may help avoid any of the following:
One of the myths about bankruptcy is that it will do irreparable damage to your credit rating. The fact is, dealing with the situation by filing for bankruptcy is generally preferable than allowing your debts to go unpaid.
For residents of Warren and other areas throughout Macomb County, bankruptcy proceedings are filed through the Eastern District of Michigan branch of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. Before filing your petition, our bankruptcy attorney will work with you, reviewing your debts and assets to determine the type of bankruptcy that best suits your needs:
At the office of Karen E. Evangelista, P.C., we can help you determine which option is best for your situation. Call or contact our Warren bankruptcy attorney online to request a free consultation today.
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