The pitiful state of the job market right now has left many Americans in dire financial straits, wondering how to make ends meet. So the question is: can you declare bankruptcy if you are unemployed, or is bankruptcy protection reserved for those currently working?
Luckily, the answer is that many of the unemployed may be eligible to declare bankruptcy. In fact, in many cases, bankruptcy laws are designed for those who are out of work or have taken a significant pay cut. To learn details from a bankruptcy lawyer, please fill out this form and arrange a free, no-obligation consultation today.
Here's an idea of what you can expect if you choose to declare bankruptcy when you are unemployed.
If you're unemployed and ready to find out more about whether bankruptcy might be able to help you get back on your feet financially, you can take advantage of this opportunity to speak with a bankruptcy lawyer during a free legal consultation.