Frequently Asked Questions about Bankruptcy

Posted on October 9, 2018. Filed under: Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Consumer Alerts, Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney | Tags: |

Frequently Asked Questions about Bankruptcy

Q: Why do so many folks file bankruptcy?

A: Americans generally have overextended themselves by using too much easily accessible credit to finance overspending, combined with lack of savings. With no financial safety net, sudden crises such as medical emergencies, job losses or failed businesses, death or disability of spouses, or divorce can result in insurmountable debt.

Q: What alternative courses of action are there to filing bankruptcy when facing overwhelming debt?

A: Short of bankruptcy, a debtor may enter into mediation with creditors or negotiate workout agreements to extend due dates, lower interest rates, partially forgive debt, or alter other terms. These options can be risky  as the debt you don’t pay back could be sold to a debt buyer  who could come after you later.

To help sort your way through the complicated maze of  bankruptcy, you need the assistance of knowledgeable legal advocates, with years of experience and demonstrated trustworthiness.

If you are facing financial problems, an experienced bankruptcy lawyer can explain bankruptcy options that can help you to get a fresh start on life and a return to financial stability. At the Glasgow, Kentucky, law office of bankruptcy attorney John Rogers, we have a thorough understanding of the realities faced by people entering into Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. It is our goal to help our clients find realistic solutions to their financial problems.

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