Unfortunately, many people are left with no other solution to their debt problems besides filing bankruptcy. If you happen to be in this situation, you should consult with and retain an attorney to ensure that the filing is done correctly. Filing for bankruptcy is a last resort solution and can have long-lasting negative effects on your credit. If done incorrectly, those effects will only be worse. A bankruptcy attorney has the experience and knowledge that you need to get your filing submitted correctly. This expertise comes at a cost, but for the average person who has little idea how to go about filing bankruptcy, these fees are necessary.
Nobody should go blindly into bankruptcy and a good attorney will help keep your eyes open. Filing bankruptcy does not have to mean the end of your financial future. In fact, if done correctly, it should be a whole new start. To find a bankruptcy attorney in your area, contact your state Bar Association for references. Every state Bar registers the attorneys that work in their state.
You should always choose a bankruptcy attorney that is Bar accredited and has great references. Bankruptcy filings are public record, so you can easily track recent bankruptcy filings to see attorneys that are local to you. Check your newspaper for these. Remember, filing bankruptcy is a last resort and should always be handled with the help of a professional. This process is supposed to give you a new start, so don't fall further behind by neglecting to get the help you need.
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|Sheri Ann Richerson|