It’s rare to see someone coming in to talk to a bankruptcy attorney with just one kind of debt weighing them down. More often, it’s a mix of out of control debts, that while they might be manageable on their own, have turned into a storm of debt that has no evacuation plan. When people talk about being swamped with debt, or buried under debt, or drowning in debt, those are evocative metaphors for explaining the overwhelming nature of debt. If you have a credit card, a car loan, and are paying off student loans, you are looking at three factors in a debt storm that need only the addition of, say, medical bills to tip you out of “doing all right” or “things are a little tight” right into “HELP!”
If you need help managing your debts, getting out of a debt cycle, and making financial sense out of the overwhelming dollars and cents, call out offices in Fort Lauderdale or in West Palm Beach. Your initial consultation is free, and we are open seven days a week to accommodate your schedule. Let’s get you out from under your debts, and back on top of your life. Call us today!
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