When Should I Consider Bankruptcy?
If any of the following apply, you should consider bankruptcy:
- You are behind on your mortgage payments
- Your lender has filed a Notice of Default
- Your lender has filed a Notice of Sale
- You need time to sell your home at its market value
- You have a judgment lien attached to your home
- You are behind in your property taxes
- You have been sued by a credit card company
- You cannot afford your minimum monthly payments
- You cannot pay off your credit cards in less than 3 years
- You make your payment but your balance is barely going down
- Your interest rate is outrageously high
- Your credit card balance keeps going up
- The collectors call you like crazy and are driving you nuts
- You are behind on your car payment
- Your car is a constant mechanical headache and you want to dump it.
- You have driven your car for almost 3 years and the loan balance is still more than the car is worth.
- You leased a car and will be faced with a big redemption payment than you cannot afford.
- You filed your tax returns >2 years ago, the taxes are 3 years old and you want to wipe them out
- You owe recent taxes but want to pay them back without interest
- You want to solve all of your tax problems at one time
- You have been sued and cannot afford an attorney to defend yourself
- You have been sued and to settle the case costs too much
- You cannot possibly repay your student loan given your age, medical condition, current and future employment
- The student loan lender has attached your paycheck
- The student loan lender has intercepted your tax refund.
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