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Why You Should Not Be Afraid to File Bankruptcy

Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 20-Aug-2013

There are a number of misconceptions about bankruptcy with many consumers under the impression that filing will hurt them. Fortunately, the process can help you and once you gain the necessary knowledge and get clarity about filing, it may improve your financial situation in more ways than one. In short, if you are unsure about what happens during the process, or whether it is a solution you should consider, discuss it with a bankruptcy expert. Here are a few points to help you see the advantages of filing in a new light.

  • Many believe that bankruptcy will hurt their chances of obtaining credit or being approved for a loan. The filing process doesn't have to leave a negative mark on your credit history, unless you have a plan in place to execute once your bankruptcy is completed. There are a number of lenders (credit card companies, mortgage providers, and vehicle loan companies to name a few) that are willing to help you rebuild your credit.

  • Bankruptcy has helped millions retain assets and personal property legally without the need of withholding information or hiding valuables. While the filing process may be complicated, an experienced bankruptcy lawyer in Dallas-Fort Worth will help you complete your case under specified regulations associated with the bankruptcy code. You don't have to complete this process on your own and many legal and financial experts would not recommend it.

  • Bankruptcy is designed to help people who are struggling financially to get back on their feet. This may be done by eliminating or reducing debt, preventing legal procedures such as repossession or foreclosure, end harassing collection attempts from creditors, and give debtors time they deserve to figure out how to handle their situation.


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