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I Think I Might Need To File For Bankruptcy. What Should I Do Next?

I think I might need to file for bankruptcy. What should I do next?

The decision to file for bankruptcy is not an easy one. For most clients, it follows a long period of trying to make things work and dealing with the frustrating tactics of debt collectors. After months of collection calls, letters, threats of lawsuits, and doing everything you can to hold back the creditors, you realize that this isn’t sustainable. You need a change and think bankruptcy might be the answer.

What do you do next? Where do you start? How does it work? Most people know that bankruptcy will help their financial difficulties, but don’t know how it works or where to begin.

You can begin by looking around at There, you will find information and articles designed to give you an overview of the process and get you acquainted with the benefits of filing for bankruptcy.

While it will help you get a clearer picture of how the bankruptcy process works, it’s not your best option. No web site can compare to personalized discussion with an experienced attorney. That is why we offer free private consultations for bankruptcy clients. This allows you to meet with one of our attorneys in a one-on-one meeting or video conference (your choice) to discuss your situation. In that consultation, you will discuss your debts and overall financial picture. Your attorney will then explain your bankruptcy filing options, what outcome you will have, and the costs of filing.

That’s right – most clients finish a bankruptcy consultation with a clear understanding of how they can resolve and/or eliminate debts and the exact cost of accomplishing it. What does it take to get this information? About an hour of your time. (And you can do it from the comfort of your own home!) We understand that facing financial difficulties is hard. We want to help. Take the time to get answers. It won’t cost you anything and might be the solution you’ve been needing. So what are you waiting for? Contact us today to schedule your free consultation with one of our attorneys.

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