Dealing with financial problems can be draining, physically, mentally, and emotionally. There’s not enough money to make ends meet… and even worse your getting phone calls from creditors day and night and even at your job. Some of these creditors can be downright aggressive and nasty demanding that you pay them money that you simply do not have! The longer it goes on, the worse you feel. Sooner or later, something must change. Get help from an experienced bankruptcy firm.
M.P. Morris Law Firm helps families take full advantage of their rights to bankruptcy protection and assists them in regaining control of their financial future. The decision to file bankruptcy is not something that should be taken lightly. It requires that you complete complicated forms and sign them under the penalty of perjury. M.P. Morris Law Firm will navigate you through the complex path of bankruptcy. We are here for you every step of the way!
What can bankruptcy do for you?
- Medical Debt- The ever-rising cost of health care has skyrocketed over the last few years and when medical problems result in a person becoming disabled, the effect on one’s finances can be devastating. Even with health insurance coverage, the average disability payment is not nearly enough to cover average living costs, let alone medical bills and other expenses. Bankruptcy can assist consumers in resolving the overwhelming expenses so that you can obtain a fresh new start financially!
- Tax Debt- Many people think that tax debt is not dischargeable in a bankruptcy case. Some Federal Income Tax Debt can be discharged, and some can be reduced significantly or paid overtime. If you have tax debt, you probably also have other types of debt which can also be addressed and potentially discharged in a bankruptcy.
- Lawsuits- Many clients often come to us once they are served with documents from a Creditor that is suing them for default. In most of these cases, lawsuits are stopped with the bankruptcy is filed and the debt discharged.
- Foreclosure- Bankruptcy can stop your mortgage company from foreclosing on your home and help get you back on track with your payments.
- Repossession- Bankruptcy can also stop your automobile lender from taking your vehicle if you are behind on payments. Bankruptcy will give you an opportunity to get those payments caught up and allow you to keep your vehicle in most cases.
Call us today to schedule your FREE Bankruptcy Consultation with a Bankruptcy Specialist!