A Suggested New Year’s Resolution

Posted on Jan 03, 2014 By Ed Woods

Bankruptcy Attorney Ed WoodsDo you make resolutions about this time each year? If so, I have a suggestion for you or, if not, why not take a moment to consider the upcoming year. If 2013 was a financially tough year for you, you’re not alone. Last year, our attorneys helped hundreds of families and individuals reorganize their debts into affordable monthly payments with the overall goal of ultimately being debt free. In some of those cases, we were able to permanently and legally eliminate debts altogether. If 2014 is not looking much better, here’s my suggestion. Resolve to get your debts and finances under control as we begin this new year.

Imagine, for a moment, how implementing that resolution could make life better for you and your family. Getting collection phone calls? These can be stopped immediately. Threatened with a home foreclosure? A debt consolidation plan will stop the foreclosure attempt and keep you in your home in almost all instances. Is the repossession man chasing you around ready to grab your car as soon as you turn your head? No problem, because a debt consolidation plan will stop the repossession man in his tracks while you keep your car. Overwhelming student loan debt that you’ve been ignoring lately? Once again, a debt consolidation plan will enable you to effectively address this very serious problem. Or, maybe you are just struggling paycheck to paycheck with overwhelming debts and the situation just doesn’t seem to get better no matter what you do. If you’re facing any of these situations, we can help you. Debt elimination under Chapter 7 or debt consolidation under Chapter 13 is designed to effectively deal with ALL of your debts, not just a few. And debt relief equals stress relief, right?

So, what’s the “catch”? There is none. The law provides debt relief for honest persons who meet the requirements set out under the law. How can you get started? That’s simple. Call us for a free, no obligation consultation. You will meet privately and confidentially with one of our experienced debt relief attorneys. During that free consultation, you and the attorney will discuss your situation and all available options. Then, you can make an intelligent decision about what to do next. If you do decide to go forward,  a small deposit will get you started right away. In most instances, we can have you protected from debt collectors and creditors within just a few days.

So, how does my suggested resolution sound? Good. Give us a call and we can help you get your new resolution in effect right now. Oh, and, Happy New Year!