Bankruptcy Assistance Services

Bankruptcy is a legal court process that gives debtors a fresh financial start. Through bankruptcy, debts may be eliminated or a debtor may be given additional time to repay debts. Certain debts are not forgiven through bankruptcy. For example, child support, spousal support and some student loans are not forgiven.

Filing for bankruptcy does have some advantages. Once bankruptcy is filed, most debt collection must stop at least temporarily, and further collection efforts are allowed only if the bankruptcy court gives permission. In addition, a debtor who goes through bankruptcy is given a fresh financial start. The debtor will be able to keep some assets, depending on your states laws.

However, filing for bankruptcy also has its disadvantages. Information regarding bankruptcy stays on your credit report for ten (10) years. Someone who has filed bankruptcy may have difficulty getting credit or may be offered unfavorable terms. In addition, someone who has filed for bankruptcy may even have difficulty renting an apartment.

You may want to first consider a less drastic approach called debt settlement. This can help you dramatically reduce or get out of debt without the repercussions of a bankruptcy. If you are ready to evaluate bankruptcy as a solution, please request a free bankruptcy case evaluation.

Free Bankruptcy Case Evaluation

Schedule a free, no obligation call with a bankruptcy attorney local to your area by filling out the form below or simply call 877-444-8193.


Whether filing for bankruptcy or choosing to repair your credit, it is crucial that you have a recent copy of your credit report at your finger tips to see an accurate list of your creditors. Get your credit report now!

If you have problems with the IRS you should know that bankruptcy will not help you - you will still owe your outstanding taxes even if you file bankruptcy.




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