Deciding whether or not to file for bankruptcy is an important decision, because your personal finances and assets will be greatly affected by a bankruptcy. However, if you choose to follow through with bankruptcy, then you will certainly have your work cut out for you—whether you file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
While undergoing the bankruptcy process, you may want to look into hiring a bankruptcy attorney to help you along the way. While bankruptcy is caused by a financial ordeal, the process and solution is determined in a court and should be carried out the correct way on the first try. If you are considering bankruptcy, here are a few reasons why you should hire an attorney to get the job done:
- Potential Mistakes
When taking action in court or even completing paperwork for a bankruptcy, you may make a costly mistake. A bankruptcy attorney can help you fill out the proper paperwork effectively—minimizing the risk of making a mistake that could cost you. Also, a bankruptcy lawyer will know how to properly go about a court proceeding.
- Save Money
Of course, there’s no point in hiring a bankruptcy attorney if it will cost you more than if you had not hired one. Even though you may be tight on money, a bankruptcy attorney can help you save much more money over time.
While you are going through bankruptcy, any stress you can avoid is essential. A bankruptcy lawyer can help get rid of obnoxious calls from creditors and can therefore save you from added stress.
If you are considering filing for bankruptcy and believe that a bankruptcy attorney can help you, please contact Cutler & Associates, LTD. We will work hard to fight for your rights—no matter if you are filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Consult with us today for your financial benefit.
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