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Why wait when bankruptcy might be the healthiest option available

by | Sep 13, 2018 | Bankruptcy

Dealing with the burdens of debt can be a stressful and harrowing experience. If you are constantly struggling just to make ends meet, you could be scouring over every possible outlet for relief in search of the one path that is right for you, but you might already know the direction you wish to take.

When it comes to deciding on a path to protect your financial future, you may feel it best to take your time and get it right. However, time may be of the essence, and by waiting to file for bankruptcy out of fear of the unknown, you could be experiencing unnecessary levels of stress.

Knowing when to file for bankruptcy

While filing for bankruptcy is a major financial decision, it could also be the healthiest option available to you. Some tips to help you gain an understanding of when it might be necessary to consider bankruptcy as a viable option may include:

  • Substantial amounts of debt: If your debts take up a significant portion of your income, you may be finding it increasingly difficult to get by, and it might be necessary to consider a long-term financial solution.
  • Using debt as a financial tool: Using a credit card to pay down on debts, or to cover medical bills, can be a sign that your financial concerns may only continue to grow deeper.
  • Lesser quality of life: Prolonged struggles with debt can leave you suffering a lesser quality of life and cause you to skip out on essential items such as food.
  • Eligibility for discharge: Many or most of your debts may consist of credit card balances or medical bills, and similar unsecured debts could be eligible for discharge through bankruptcy.

High amounts of debt can have a devastating impact on your life and leave you wondering if there is a light at the end of the financial tunnel. If you are facing significant financial hardships, it may be in your best interest to speak with someone with experience in the area for advice.

Obtaining advice

While you might be in search of some much-needed debt relief, with numerous options to choose from, you could be feeling somewhat overwhelmed and in need of guidance. You could choose to speak with someone who is knowledgeable in federal and Wisconsin state bankruptcy laws for advice on all the outlets of relief. This type of guidance could help you choose the correct path with which to pursue relief from the trials of debt and begin working toward building a brighter financial future.


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