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How To Go Bankrupt Without Going Broke

Categories: Chapter 7

Don’t let another Holiday pass you by while you struggle with overwhelming debt.  It is possible to protect against harassing creditors, while keeping your home, cars, retirement and dignity.  A consumer bankruptcy attorney should be consulted to determine a strategy that will provide the result you need with your financial goals in mind.  A great attorney can be found at National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.

Attorneys will use what is called an Exemption to protect their cleint’s assets while working to eliminate debt.  Exemption law is different in each state and can be found in the state Code of Civil Procedure. Working with an attorney can help you avoid potentially harmful mistakes. Protecting what you have from being taken by a bankruptcy trustee is essential to a fresh start.  It is important to consult with an attorney before you decide to borrow or cash out any retirement plan to repay debt because there are better ways to solve the problem.

Peace of mind comes with first knowing your options, all of them.  Bankruptcy is not right for everyone and there are alternatives.  The best financial decisions are well informed.  This means that once information is gathered from reliable professionals such as a tax advisor, financial advisor and attorney; and financial goals are set, then the answer on which direction to take becomes clear.  This is how to save what you still have and eliminate debt to achieve financial freedom.

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