Your Life After Bankruptcy
Advice on Post-Bankruptcy Recovery
There is no denying that suffering from the financial repercussions of
an unstable economy, the aftermath of a failed business venture, or the
financial ruin of an unexpected life emergency can be a painful, life-changing,
and emotional experience. Being over your head in debt can hurt - it can
make you feel like you've failed yourself or your family. Most importantly,
it can make you feel as though there is no hope for the future.
If you are struggling with the burden of debt, do not think that you are
alone at this time. Millions of Americans across the nation are dealing
with financial hardships. According to the U.S. Bankruptcy Courts,
nearly 15,000 Americans had filed for bankruptcy in the year 2013
No matter how big your debt, you must know that you have options at this
time. Filing for bankruptcy may not be right for every person struggling
financially, but it can lead to a life of debt-free relief. If you are
struggling with unpaid debt and are considering filing for bankruptcy
at this time, speak with our Maryland bankruptcy lawyers today. We would
be happy to listen to your story and implement a working solution that
can help you regain your footing and control over your finances.
There is life after bankruptcy!
Call our Maryland bankruptcy attorneys
today to learn more.
Myths About Bankruptcy and Post-Bankruptcy in Maryland
Filing for Bankruptcy is a Sign of Weakness & Ineptitude
This myth could not be further from the truth. In reality, individuals
who choose to file for bankruptcy are doing something proactive to put
an end to their financial woes. Filing for bankruptcy does not mean that
you are financially or morally inept. Filing for bankruptcy simply means
you are ready to move forward with a reasonable, long-term solution.
Filing for Bankruptcy Can Eliminate All of My Debts
Though bankruptcy can indeed eliminate nearly all debts, bankruptcy does
not discharge all debts. Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy each discharge
certain types of debts, including credit card debt, business debts, past
due bills, collections, and other debts. To learn more about dischargeable
and non-dischargeable debts, visit our
Discharging Your Debt page.
Filing for Bankruptcy Will Ruin My Credit Forever
Perhaps one of the biggest misconceptions about bankruptcy, many struggling
Americans fail to obtain the help that they need due to embarrassment
or humiliation. Though bankruptcy will indeed remain on a credit score
for up to 10 years, this does not mean that your credit score will be
ruined forever. In fact, with the right support, information, and guidance,
you can take steps towards recovering your credit score and living life
once and for all!
After Filing for Bankruptcy, All of My Finances Will Be Restored
Assuming that filing for bankruptcy will mean that your debts are "out
of sight, out of mind" is one of the most costly assumptions you
can make. Just because your debts are cleared does not mean that you won't
have to worry about the possible repercussions. Failing to address the
situation properly could cause you to never truly recover from the financial
distress, or could cause you to never learn how to properly manage or
budget your money for the long term.
Call the Law Office of Cricket Browne, LLC Now
If you are considering filing for Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy, do
not wait another moment to speak with our team of bankruptcy lawyers.
We can assess your current situation and determine if bankruptcy is right
for you. We'll be at your side every step of the way, informing you
of your rights throughout the process and giving you the right resources
to create a better, brighter financial future.
You deserve long-lasting financial peace. To find yours, contact the Law
Office of Cricket Browne, LLC for your
free case evaluation.