When bills are stacked up and money is getting tight, it can be hard to determine when you need to seek advice from a debt relief lawyer. You might wait for some money to come through, or you might hope the bank will negotiate with you, so you put off calling an attorney.
The short answer is get help early. If you wait too long to call an attorney, it can be too late to handle your debts. This article is designed to help you know when it’s time to call a debt relief lawyer to discuss bankruptcy and bankruptcy alternatives, such as debt negotiation. You should call an attorney when any of the following are happen to you:
- You are making credit card payments with another credit card
- You are falling behind on necessities, such as auto and home payments
- You face sudden unemployment
- Financial concerns are affecting your health or relationships
We do not charge you anything to sit down and talk, so there is no reason to delay. We can help. At our firm, we focus on debt relief options and bankruptcy. We love bankruptcy because we have seen it transform the lives of our clients. If you’re overwhelmed by holiday debt, call us today at (814) 274-8612 to schedule a free consultation. We can determine what debt relief option best serves you.
At Ross & Ross, we are dedicated to helping our clients live better, more fulfilling lives. Call us anytime you need help. We are a full service firm, which means we handle almost everything. If we don’t handle it, we know who does and can direct you to them. Among other things, we routinely practice personal injury, bankruptcy* and debt matters, wills, powers of attorney, and family law.
* Federal law requires the following disclosure: We are a debt relief agency helping people file for relief through bankruptcy under the bankruptcy code.
**This article is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. No attorney-client relationship exists until an attorney meets with you and agrees to accept you as a client.
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