If you are having trouble paying your bills, your instinct may be to consider bankruptcy. Before you jump the gun, you should plan your strategy.
There are many misconceptions surrounding the concept of bankruptcy. Filing for bankruptcy is a major decision, and it shouldn’t be taken lightly. That being said, it’s not as scary as some people make it seem.
Is bankruptcy right for you? Sometimes financial pits can be very deep and difficult to climb out of. In certain situations, the best option for a fresh start may be to file for bankruptcy.
Drowning in debt and feeling like you have no options? Financial trouble can be draining.
Filing for bankruptcy is a decision that should not be taken lightly. While many hardships that lead to bankruptcy may be unexpected, it still deserves an evaluation of personal responsibility, if only to help one prepare to avoid such a happenstance in the future.
Filing for bankruptcy can be an overwhelming process leaving you with many questions and worries.
Deciding whether or not to file for bankruptcy is never easy. If you have exhausted all other options, feel like you are drowning in debt and unable to make ends meet, bankruptcy may be a way to end the vicious cycle.
The CARES Act, which addresses the economic impact of the pandemic, included provisions for small business reorganization and personal bankruptcy.
Legislators addressed the preservation of housing in the CARES Act. The law includes provisions for both homeowners and renters, who are experiencing economic hardship due to COVID-19.
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