When most people think about bankruptcy for the first time, they associate it with failure. Failure can elicit a number of emotions, mostly negative, such as fear, depression, anxiety, and self-esteem issues.
However, bankruptcy can’t be encapsulated by that one word. It’s much more complex. In this world, one’s fortune can turn on a dime. A job loss or catastrophic illness can drastically alter one’s financial health. Even when the cause of bankruptcy is human error, we all acknowledge that none of us are immune from mistakes.
That’s why I like to think of bankruptcy as both a beginning and an end. An end to the anxiety and worry of mounting debt and creditor phone calls. On the positive side, it’s a chance for a new beginning, a clean slate. It can be an opportunity to learn from past mistakes or get out from under unavoidable bills.
That’s why I am always eager to help someone who needs to file for bankruptcy. I understand the difficulties of life and want to assist those who are looking to turn the page and start a new life. In previous posts on bankruptcy, I’ve written about what to do and what to avoid for those considering this important step. I’ve laid out the importance of being honest and open with your bankruptcy lawyer so he can properly guide you. I’ve also explained the process which takes place in federal court in Tampa.
We offer our bankruptcy clients an easy way to get started with a $100 down to start the process. Once we begin, the creditor phone calls stop harassing you so you can live with less anxiety and stress. If you’re in a precarious financial situation, give me a call so we can discuss your options. You are not alone. Hiring a bankruptcy lawyer is the best place to end the old way of living and start a new life.