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Bankruptcy: Waiting to pursue relief could prove detrimental

| Aug 2, 2018 | Bankruptcy

Many consumers in Ohio and elsewhere have experienced financial challenges that prompted a need to pursue relief. However, the stigma associated with certain avenues of relief, such as bankruptcy, could be leaving some uncertain about how best to deal with their debts. While giving a fair amount of thought into a similar decision may be advisable, time could also be of the essence, and waiting to pursue relief may only cause a person’s situation to worsen with time.

Dealing with the burdens of debt can be financially and emotionally draining. As financial obligations continue to fall behind, constant collection attempts may do little to ease one’s stress. Problems with debt have the unfortunate chance of reducing a person’s quality of life substantially. Similar issues could cause some to consider dipping into savings or retirement accounts just to get by, and such a decision could have a detrimental impact on a person’s future.

While filing for bankruptcy could provide a person with some much-needed relief, some may be uncertain when such a decision may be necessary. For those who have debts that make up more than 40 percent of their income, or those who are using credit accounts just to meet monthly obligations, it may be advisable to begin exploring the available options for relief. In some cases, debt can also cause a person to skip out on necessities such as meals or medical care.

Choosing the correct path to pursue relief from debts can be an intimidating process. Those who encounter similar issues could benefit from speaking with a bankruptcy attorney for guidance on all available options and their potential outcomes. An attorney in Ohio can examine a client’s financial situation and assist him or her in forming a strategy to reduce or eliminate debts and work toward a brighter financial future.

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