Many people have misconceptions about bankruptcy and the effects of filing bankruptcy. It is often seen as the ultimate failure that results in irreversible damage to your credit score and the loss of property. The reality is quite different. Bankruptcy is actually a way to free yourself from the financial problems that are weighing you down. Get the help you need today from the Albuquerque bankruptcy attorneys at Melwani Law.
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Many people resist filing for bankruptcy because they think it will ruin their credit score forever. While it is true that in the short term after bankruptcy, it may be difficult to get certain kinds of loans or credit, the fact is that if you are in financial trouble and behind on your bills, your credit score is probably already bad. By discharging your debts, one of the effects of filing bankruptcy is to give you the best chance to rebuild your credit.
In many cases, whether you are filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you will be able to keep much of your property—sometimes even all of it. Bankruptcy does not mean that you will wind up on the street, penniless and with nothing but the clothes on your back. On the contrary, bankruptcy can be the best option to protect you against wage garnishment, repossession, and foreclosure.
Peace of Mind
Often, the emotional impact of serious debt is as bad as or worse than the financial impact. The constant fear and worry can take a toll on your relationships with your spouse, your children, and your friends, and make it impossible for you to enjoy anything. After filing bankruptcy, your debts can be discharged or put into a payment plan you can handle. Bankruptcy can be the best way to a clean slate—the biggest effect of filing bankruptcy is restoring your peace of mind.
If you want to escape the burdens of crushing debt, bankruptcy might be the right course for you. Contact Melwani Law today or call 866-501-8500 for a free bankruptcy evaluation and learn how bankruptcy could help you.