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How do I know if I should file a bankruptcy?

May 1, 2012

The best way is to consult one of our lawyers about this. Do not delay consulting with us. If you think bankruptcy may help you, you should talk to us about it right away. Some people wait too long and lose property or income unnecessarily because they put off talking to us. Certainly, if any or all of the following apply to you, it is likely that you need to file:

  • You have been the victim of a repossession.
  • You house is nearing or is in foreclosure.
  • You are getting along by making payments only to the creditors that are pressuring you.
  • You are getting along by making only the minimum payments allowed on your credit cards.
  • You are being harassed because of nonpayment of one or more bills.
  • You have refinanced your home just to pay other creditors.
  • You are relying on credit cards to pay for everyday necessities like food.
  • Your utilities have been shut off or are in danger of being shut off for nonpayment.
  • You are barely getting along financially and it is causing you great stress and perhaps interfering with your ability to sleep, to work, or to get along with others.
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