Declare Your Independence from Debt

Posted on Jul 06, 2015 By Ed Woods

Mississippi Attorney Ed WoodsAlmost 239 years ago, our country declared its independence from Great Britain.  Thomas Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence setting forth the reasons for our separation from the British Empire. If you remember from your high school history class (or your own reading of the Declaration), you will recall that the American colonists were basically sick of George III and his government’s ill treatment and oppression of them. They were being treated as second class citizens and George III was interested only in what the colonies could do for England and not vice versa. So, the American colonists decided they’d had enough and declared their independence.

Are you overwhelmed by debt feeling oppressed and being treated as a second class citizen by debt collectors? Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to declare your own independence from debt you can’t possibly handle? If you answered yes to these questions, then you are ready to declare your independence from debt. It’s not as hard as you might imagine. All it really takes is a little determination on your part and a competent and effective debt relief attorney. And debt independence means a better life for you and your family. Think about it. No more harassing phone calls. No more garnishments or repossessions. No more debt collection lawsuits. Just a brighter future without the crushing pressure of overwhelming debt.

So, as you celebrate the 239th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence this weekend, just remember that you can declare your own independence from overwhelming debt. Our attorneys are ready to help you. You can call and schedule a free and private consultation to discuss your situation and begin drafting your own declaration of independence.

Hope you had a safe and happy holiday weekend!