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How Can You Get Bankruptcy Help?

On May 26, 2011, in Bankruptcy, Debt Relief, by KimberlyC


If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, you should look into getting bankruptcy help. A quick Google search will bring up dozens of companies claiming to be able to assist you, but there are really only three categories of assistance that will do you any good. Remember, that your goal is to get help with your debts and if necessary get help with your bankruptcy, consider all of your options carefully before following the advice of any of these organizations, as well meaning as it may be. Hopefully by the end of today’s article you should have a better understanding of how to find these organizations and what they can do for you.

Non-Profit Organizations: There are many non profits that can help you filing for bankruptcy, if you require bankruptcy help in understanding how the whole process works this is a great place to start. Most of these organizations have volunteer trained professionals with experience in the banking and finance industries and they can be very helpful. Services run from furnishing paperwork to go through on your own up to one on one counseling sessions, it really depends on what level of assistance you require and what organizations have chapters in your area.

Bankruptcy lawyers. If you don’t feel confident filing for bankruptcy on your own you should look to have a lawyer do it for you. Most law firms that do this have set prices, so you know up front how much it will cost for the legal assistance. This can save you quite a bit of money in the long run if you aren’t good with legal documents. IF you don’t file correctly some or all of your creditors can get exempted and you will be left having to pay them anyway. So if you are new to this and don’t feel confident, it never hurts to seek professional assistance.

For Profit consultancy. This isn’t strictly legal help, they also include financial planners, budget consultants, accountants, etc. Basically companies of this sort offer bankruptcy help as well a slew of related services that you may find helpful, in exchange for a fee. It is important to consider all of your options before considering filing for bankruptcy. You may find that with some well placed phone calls you will be able to have your total obligations greatly reduced through a process referred to as debt relief. Companies such as these often offer specialized assistance, negotiation advice, etc. Make sure to use this resource to the fullest if this is the route you choose to follow.

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How Can You Get Bankruptcy Help? was last modified: September 14th, 2011 by KimberlyC

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