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Guiding you through the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process

As the year comes to the end, many things come into focus. Many will look back on how the year was for them, but for others in New Hampshire and elsewhere, their financial situation is the most pressing issue. It may have been a year of medical problems, resulting in growing medical bills. An individual may have lost a job or a loved one. The year could have brought the birth of a child, but with it, many unexpected costs. No matter the cause, when debt becomes overwhelming, individuals and families should understand how they could resolve their debt problems.

Will filing for bankruptcy damage your credit score?

There are many things to consider when it comes to implementing debt relief options. While many individuals in New Hampshire and elsewhere fear the bankruptcy process, the reality is that it has the ability to provide debtors with a fresh financial start. Nonetheless, life during and after the bankruptcy process can be impactful. Thus, it is important to consider the costs and benefits of this process.

Guiding you through the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process

Financial problems can creep up on us, and when they do, it can be a very overwhelming and emotional experience. While some individuals in New Hampshire and elsewhere can work their way through these problems, others need assistance finding a real solution to their debt. Although many treat bankruptcy as something to avoid, this process can be very valuable and the reason why one is able to obtain a fresh financial start.

How can Nashua residents bounce back after filing for bankruptcy?

Sometimes when a person in Nashua is facing insurmountable debts, filing for bankruptcy is the responsible thing to do. However, just because a person filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy doesn't mean that their post-bankruptcy financial future is ruined. In fact, rebounding financially from bankruptcy is sometimes not as hard as it might seem, and it is certainly better than letting debts grow and go unpaid.

Qualifying for Chapter 7 bankruptcy through the means test

Making the decision to file for bankruptcy may not be easy, but for some people in Nashua filing for bankruptcy is the best way for them to address their overwhelming debts. Some people may want to choose Chapter 7 bankruptcy, in which a person's assets are liquidated and the proceeds are used to pay the person's creditors. After the process is complete, many of the person's debts will be extinguished.

Bankruptcy may be the answer to overwhelming medical debt

Going through a serious illness or suffering a serious injury can turn a person's life upside down. Dealing emotionally with a serious illness or injury can be challenging, and a person may simply want to do whatever it takes to regain their health. However, it won't be long before medical bills start to pile up. Sometimes these bills can reach thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars. Many people in Nashua simply do not have the financial resources to absorb such expenses, and will soon find themselves facing overwhelming medical debt.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy may help those with credit card debt

The New York Federal Reserve reports that, collectively, Americans have over $830 billion in credit card debt. This number may be staggering to some, but others may not be so surprised. After all, there are many reasons why people in New Hampshire and nationwide are relying on credit cards, even if it is to their detriment.

Will I lose everything if I file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy?

Many people in New Hampshire experience financial challenges at some point of time. Sometimes, these challenges are temporary and can be absorbed into a person's budget. However, other times the challenges are so great or so long-lasting, that a person is simply unable to cope with them. People in dire financial straits may have heard that one way to address their many debts is through filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. However, they may be concerned that they will lose all their property in the process and will be left with nothing.

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Whether you have a family law issue, an estate planning question or are considering bankruptcy, I can help you find a sustainable solution that provides relief and hope. Schedule your consultation at my Nashua, New Hampshire office today by calling 603-635-4149 or by sending us an email.

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