Bankruptcy Test: Could Filing Bankruptcy Help You?
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Bankruptcy Debt Test

Bankruptcy may be an option to help eliminate high-interest credit card debt, catch up on past due mortgage payments and stop creditor harassment.


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Should You Consider Filing Bankruptcy?

The Bankruptcy Debt Test can help you evaluate how bankruptcy protection could benefit you and whether filing bankruptcy makes sense in your financial situation.

Please note that this test is for general informational purposes only. It should not be relied upon and is not legal advice.

Is your home in foreclosure proceedings?

Are you receiving threatening phone calls or letters from your creditors?

Have your wages recently been garnished?

Are you paying only the minimum amount due on your bills?

Are you taking cash advances on your credit cards to pay off your debts?

Has your car been repossessed within the last year?

Do you often ask for loans from friends and family members?

Are you having trouble paying off your student loans?

Are you behind in your child support payments?

Do you owe any back taxes?

Have you lost your job?

Have you suffered an illness or injury that is impairing your earning power?

 

If you think bankruptcy may be an option to solve your debt problems, you can speak with a local bankruptcy attorney.

Simply fill out the form below or call 877-349-1309 to connect with a bankruptcy lawyer in your area today to discuss your options.


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