Bankruptcy should not be the last resort when nothing is left to your name. If you put it off too long you might find yourself in a hole you’re unable to afford to dig yourself out of without time and serious self-discipline. Many of my clients here in Utah are surprised to learn that many of things they lost, just before they choose to file bankruptcy, could actually have been saved if we had talked just a bit sooner. Don’t let this be you.
A woman walks in a store to return a pair of eyeglasses that she had purchased for her husband a week before. “What seems to be the problem, madam?” “I’m returning these glasses I bought for my husband. He’s still not seeing things my way.” When you are considering bankruptcy you are sure to wonder… Continue reading What bankruptcy is best for me
In Utah when facing a debt crisis, the decision to use or not to use your retirement account to bail you out of the crisis is an important one. Too often we see prospective bankruptcy clients come into the office who have just recently cashed in their retirement accounts in an attempt help them survive their financial problems only to realize that… Continue reading Your Retierment Account in Bankruptcy