Debt can creep up on anyone. There are many other reasons why people find themselves in financial difficulty, often through no fault of their own. For example:
- Job loss
- Medical bills
- Property loss (natural disasters, fire)
The debt alone is often stressful enough, but then these same people often find themselves hounded by creditors. The combination of debt and perpetual bullying can leave a person paralyzed with anxiety. If you’ve come to the point where your debt has become unmanageable, you don’t have to suffer alone. Filing bankruptcy in Springfield, Massachusetts, can be the beginning of a new start for you, and our resourceful attorneys at Reynolds & Werman, LLC, can help.
Bankruptcy Is A Process, Not A Judgment
Often people starting the bankruptcy process have common questions and concerns about what bankruptcy will mean, for example:
- How bankruptcy will affect their credit
- Whether they should file for homestead protection
- If they will be able to keep their home or car
- Whether information about their bankruptcy will be made public
- Whether it will be expensive to hire a bankruptcy lawyer
Our straightforward, experienced attorneys at Reynolds & Werman, LLC, can answer any questions you may have, and outline a likely scenario should you choose to file for bankruptcy. Depending on your income relative to that of households of similar size in your area, our firm can lead you through the steps of filing for either:
We offer payment plans where necessary, so attorney fees don’t need to be a roadblock to debt relief.
We Put A Stop To Harassment
As soon as we file for bankruptcy on your behalf, the calls from creditors will stop. This is no small victory, as simply stopping these calls allows our clients some much-needed breathing room to get some perspective on their situation. Filing for bankruptcy has other immediate benefits as well, including:
- Stopping threats of wage garnishment
- Stopping related lawsuits and court appearances
- Relieving anxiety and stabilizing personal relationships
Speak To A Bankruptcy Lawyer Today
Our Pittsfield personal debt attorneys take pride in helping our clients overcome difficult financial circumstances throughout Springfield and Berkshire Counties. Find out how we can help you, too. To speak with one of our lawyers, call 413-693-2632 or use the contact form.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.