When we posted last week on the blog, we discussed some of the education requirements for filing bankruptcy. These education requirements are meant to help filers learn about ways to avoid getting too deep in debt once the bankruptcy is completed. While those education requirements might seem complicated, they are only a small part of filing for bankruptcy.
Filing for bankruptcy is a great tool for our Pennsylvania neighbors who are overwhelmed with debt. This tool can help you to get a fresh financial start. It can help you to repay debts on terms that you can live with. It can help you to avoid foreclosure and help you keep certain assets.
If you are considering a Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing, you have to make sure you understand the process and what happens throughout the case. You even need to know what will happen when your bankruptcy is discharged. We can help you get answers to those questions.
Another aspect of filing for bankruptcy that some of our readers might find interesting is that bankruptcy stops creditor harassment. If you want the phone calls and written notices to stop, you can accomplish this when you file for bankruptcy. You might even be able to take action against the debt collectors if they continually try to collect the debts even after you file.
We understand that bankruptcy is a big step. For some, it is a step in the right direction. Let us help you determine if bankruptcy is an option that can help you to take control over your finances.