Nobody ever wants to get to the place where they have to make a decision to go bankrupt. Unfortunately there are many who do end up in this situation. Often it takes a great deal of thinking as to whether this is the right move or not. There are a lot of factors that have to be considered. There are also a lot of mixed feelings that come with this. There may be a level of embarrassment and you feel that you have to explain to your friends and family how things got so bad.
The most important thing to determine is if you have tried to find solutions for your financial situation. If you haven’t been able to do so, then is bankruptcy going to provide some financial relief?
Take a close look at your financial situation. Are you struggling to even make the minimum payments on your credit cards? Have you got to a point where you can no longer afford to even pay for your necessities, and now have to rely on your credit cards to do this? Are you frustrated over the continually growing calls you are getting from bill collectors? Are you in a position where your debt situation is definitely out of your control? If the answer to these is yes, then it may be time to consult with a Dallas bankruptcy attorney to see what your options may be. Not only does a decision have to be made to go bankrupt, but it also has to be determined as to which bankruptcy chapter you are eligible for.