Congratulations. You have worked for the last 30 years and are reaching retirement age. You have raised a family, maybe survived a divorce and remarried.
Almost everyday I get a call from a prospective client asking "How much do you Charge for a bankruptcy?". That is a fair question to ask.
I enjoy helping people get out of debt slavery. However there are things you can do NOW to avoid debt yourself.
1) Be Reasonable with your Gift List
I am a bankruptcy attorney and if you are considering filing for bankruptcy I WANT YOUR BUSINESS!
With low interest rates on home loans, many people have seized the opportunity to purchase investment property. Investment property comes with a lot of risks.
As a consumer, you are always at a disadvantage when dealing with a credit card company or other lender.
Once you have decided that you are interested in filing for bankruptcy, the next step is to find an attorney to help you. But how do you know if you have found a good attorney.
Part of what I do as a bankruptcy attorney is to counsel my clients or potential clients about their alternatives to bankruptcy.
I have been hearing advertisements on the radio for a local bankruptcy attorney who claims to have the secret to discharging student loan debt.
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