Get Out of Debt in 2017
Every New Year, thousands of Americans join a gym and resolve to work off those extra pounds they gained over the holidays.
But what about your debt? After Christmas is over, you’ve usually taken on more than just weight. You’ve taken on credit card debt, and now there are dozens of bills waiting to be paid.
Not everyone is overwhelmed by their debt, but for some people, it might be too much. And debt isn’t any healthier than those extra pounds. It can affect your:
- Personal freedom
- Ability to plan for the future
- Family members’ finances
- Purchasing power
- Stress levels
- And even your home life
As a Memphis bankruptcy lawyer, I’ve seen those end-of-the-year debts grow until the situation was desperate. And when it was, I’ve helped people just like you get out of debt completely.
Those clients were able to start the New Year off totally fresh. Whatever their situation, they achieved their goals: they stopped all creditor phone calls, got out of all their credit card debt, freed themselves from medical bills, saved their homes and cars, stopped wage garnishment, and got their lives back in order.
You can do that, too.
Here’s my New Years advice to you: There’s absolutely no reason to stay under piles of debt in 2017.
Bankruptcy isn’t like dieting – it’s much more powerful. It has the force of federal law behind it, so you really can get out of debt. It doesn’t just have to be a resolution.
And you have us there to help you the whole way, including after bankruptcy when you can rebuild your credit and start a healthy financial future.
We offer a free consultation to talk you through your options. No strings attached.
If you have debts you can’t pay, this could be the year you finally find freedom. Imagine looking back on 2017: The year you got out of debt, and stayed out.