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If you're struggling with debt and tired of harassing creditors, it may be time to consider filing for bankruptcy as a way to potentially get out of debt.

Bankruptcy laws vary from state to state so consider talking to a local Colorado Springs bankruptcy lawyer about your specific situation.

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It might help to bring a snapshot of your debt to your bankruptcy lawyer.

  • List what you owe. Prepare a table of how much you owe each creditor, what the interest rate is and how much you pay monthly.
  • Review your personal cash flow. Prepare a sheet that shows how much you pay out and how much you receive each month in cash.
  • Prepare a personal budget. You want to find ways to cut non-essential expenses.

Call a Colorado Springs bankruptcy lawyer, tell him or her your situation, and your filing bankruptcy questions.

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