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Bankruptcy Attorney, Yes or No?

Hi neighbors!

Have any of you ever had to file for bankruptcy?  I know it is a hard decision to make, and occasionally filing is necessary.  This is why it is so important to have an attorney who knows what he is doing.  You don't want someone who takes your choices and decisions lightly.  He needs to know about the laws and have the ability express them to you.  Would a bankruptcy attorney New Orleans help?  Probably not unless you lived there.  (Speaking of which, we will be visiting a church there on our way south soon.)

Anyway, you need to have a local bankruptcy attorney to assist you, one who can guide you to make the right choice for you and your family.  There are more than one choice when filing bankruptcy and he will have the knowledge to help you decide if you should file a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13.  He can tell you the pros and cons of each.  Perhaps he will tell you of another option that would work better for you.   will let you know when and where to file and if you need to attend the court hearing.

What about whether you can keep your home, vehicle or other important items?  Your attorney will let you know when and where to file and if you need to attend the court hearing.  Don't just trust anyone, make sure your attorney has experience in these areas.  Is he able to answer all your questions to your satisfaction?  You need someone who will walk you through each step with confidence.

You will need to find out as much as possible before you even consider filing.  Are you aware of how long this stays on your record?  Will it affect your credit in the future?  Decide if this is really the right choice for you.  Some attorneys will give you a free consultation before you make your final decision.  Check into this and set up an appointment for a consultation.

Disclosure:This is a sponsored post, however all thoughts and opinions are mine.


Coolestmommy said…
You make very good points. It's good to think about the long term effects of your decisions and make the right choice.

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