All of us have our own threshold of tolerance of anything. That includes debt. So how much debt is enough and when it will be time to do something about it. Might I suggest that when you have a problem that is likely to get out of hand you should deal with it as soon as possible. At least find out your options. Whenever I am are deal with things, especially financial matters in their early stages, I find you will have more options available to choose from the quicker you act.
If you find yourself struggling to meet your obligations you may find that an experienced Utah bankruptcy attorney will be able to help you walk in the right direction to handle your debt problems. I find that when it comes to debt, it is never really the amount of doubt that causes my clients to file for bankruptcy, it is really, the ability or inability to pay for those debts.
An experienced bankruptcy attorney will have the necessary skills and experience to help you self evaluate you situation. Over the years in dealing with thousands of financially troubled people I find that a one-on-one conversation about how they got there and where they need to go is critical to making a good decision. But don’t think that just a phone call to a random guy that claims to do bankruptcy is going to get you the best result in a few minutes. Go in an meet face-to-face with an attorney they are usually good people that want to help and I doubt there is much you can tell them that they have not already dealt with in the past.
Here are few of the basic questions you should expect:
• What kind of debts do you owe?
• Are you able to pay the minimum payments on your bills?
• Do you find yourself spending more money than you make?
• Are creditors constantly calling you? Are payments being garnished?
Most folks don’t like talking about their debt and finances to other people. I get it. So make sure you are comfortable with the person you are talking to. If you are facing significant debt and you want to do something about it, exploring bankruptcy is one of many options you can consider. If you have any concerns about bankruptcy or other options, you should not hesitate to consult with a bankruptcy attorney. Here at the Law Office of Douglas Barrett we offer a free in office consultation in all consumer cases.