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Signs that it’s time to file for bankruptcy

On Behalf of | Aug 2, 2019 | Bankruptcy |

It can sometimes be difficult to admit to yourself that you are struggling with debt. There is a certain stigma that surrounds debtors, and many view filing for bankruptcy as an admission of failure. However, bankruptcy can be a powerful tool that, in addition to determination and grit, can help people to turn their lives around.

If you are worried about your financial situation, it is important that you are honest with yourself. The following are some signs that bankruptcy is the best option for you at this time.

You are worried about action being taken by creditors

Creditors can often become persistent when dealing with missed payments. If you are having to deal with many different creditors and it causes you a significant amount of stress, it may be time to take action.

You are losing wages due to garnishment

Wage garnishment can be difficult to deal with because it limits your financial freedom. You are likely dealing with wage garnishment because you have been unable to repay creditors for a significant amount of time. It is important to note that filing for bankruptcy will not be able to put a stop to wages that are garnished due to unpaid child support or alimony.

You are facing foreclosure

If you are facing foreclosure, you may be able to prevent the loss of your home by filing for bankruptcy.

Inaction is the worst way to handle financial issues. By taking small steps today, you may be able to prevent the disastrous consequences that could arise as a result of unpaid debts. Make should that you conduct thorough research so that you understand more about bankruptcy.


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