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Going Public Or Keeping Private

Even thought it may make perfect financial sense for them to file for bankruptcy, some people avoid filing because they feel embarrassed or ashamed.  This is silly.  Any stigma that might be attached to bankruptcy is unwarranted.  The vast majority of people who file for bankruptcy are responsible individuals facing overwhelming circumstances that force them to seek the only legal option open to them.  They are not running away from their financial responsibilities.  They are facing them head on, in a way that best takes into account the interests of their creditors.  Plus, while bankruptcy is technically a public legal proceeding, nothing is posted and the only people who usually know about the filing are the creditors involved.  So don’t be shy about asserting your rights.

Overwhelmed by credit card debt, medical bills or business debt?  Facing foreclosure, wage garnishment or creditor harassment?  If your financial burden has become a personal burden, there is hope and help.  We understand there are often many factors that contribute to insolvency.  With more than 45 years of combined experience, our expert bankruptcy lawyers can guide you through the complex process.  Quality representation for any legal issue.

HINT: Most people file for bankruptcy after life-changing experiences such as a divorce, job loss, or serious illness.

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