Is Bankruptcy Right For Me?
Have you been struggling with out-of-control debt? Are you in danger of losing your home? Are you unsure where to find the answers and support you need? If so, you have come to the right place. Bankruptcy might be the answer to getting back on firm financial footing. However, you might have other options for getting out of debt. The only way to determine what’s best for you is to speak with a lawyer about your individual needs.
At Rowdy G. Williams Law Firm P.C., we’re committed to helping you find the right solution for your situation — whether that means bankruptcy or something else. Call our offices in Terre Haute or Indianapolis, Indiana, at 812-232-7400 to learn more about how we can help you.
Understanding Bankruptcy: What It Is and What It Isn’t
There are lots of misconceptions about bankruptcy. Unfortunately, these myths sometimes prevent people from getting the help they need.
To understand what bankruptcy is, it helps to first explore what it is not. Bankruptcy is not:
- A declaration of failure
- A permanent mark against your credit
- A public shaming
- An obstacle that will prevent you from ever owning a home, getting credit or pursuing other financial opportunities in the future
- A cure-all for every situation
Fundamentally, bankruptcy is a tool to help people get out of debt and give them a fresh start. It’s not the right solution for everyone. However, if it makes sense for you, you will end up in a far better place than when you started, with a new freedom and no more financial worries.
Find Out What’s Best for You
Take the first step toward getting out of debt by contacting our legal team for a free, no-obligation consultation. Once you have had the opportunity to speak with an attorney at our firm, you will realize we’re willing to work tirelessly on your behalf. Our goal is simply to help you find relief from debt.
Whatever path you choose, we are here to support you every step of the way.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.