Choosing Debt Resolution

: Chris Lee Law Firm

  Filed under: Filing Bankruptcy

The thought of having to go through a bankruptcy can be quite overwhelming. Filing for bankruptcy can also be beneficial and the best option to pull out of a bad financial situation. If you are debating whether to file bankruptcy, here are a few tips on when bankruptcy should seriously be considered.

The Right Thing

If you have significant amounts of debt that simply cannot be paid off, filing bankruptcy should be considered as an option. Perhaps you have tried to pay off your debt, but can never seem to get ahead. Here are some questions to ask yourself:

•Are you paying on your credit cards each month, but the balance never goes down?

•Are your creditors continuing to assess interest and penalties against you?

•Are you being sued?

•Are your wages about to be garnished?

•Is your car about to be repossessed?

•Is your home being threatened with foreclosure?

•Have you or a spouse lost a job or taken a cut in pay?

If you answered “yes” to one or more of these questions, bankruptcy may be right for you. The alternative could be years of continued struggles for you and your family, without ever getting out of debt.

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