Millions of Americans struggle every day with the worry of overwhelming debt, late mortgage payments, and bill collectors calling them at every hour. Whether you have medical bills, student loans, or high mortgage payments, filing for bankruptcy protection is an option you might need to consider. At The Coyle Law Group, we know that there are thousands of families and individuals in Maryland who can benefit from filing for the right kind of bankruptcy protection.
Bankruptcy is a legal protection afforded to every person under federal law. It’s specifically designed to allow people faced with debt and financial problems to reorganize their finances, start over, and have a chance at living a life free from constant worry and pressure.
Yet for far too many people, the idea of filing for bankruptcy is something that they won’t consider because they think it is unethical or irresponsible. These people often feel that there is a social stigma associated with bankruptcy, or that by choosing to file they are admitting that they are irresponsible. The truth is far different.
Bankruptcy laws exist precisely to allow people to get their lives in order. They recognize the reality that we cannot always control all the factors that affect our financial lives. Whether it’s the loss of a job, an economic downturn, or a sudden illness, there are numerous factors that can turn your financial life upside down that you cannot control or predict.
Choosing to file for bankruptcy, though not an easy decision for anyone to make, is not only something you’re entitled to do, it’s often the financially sound and responsible decision to make.
When you schedule an appointment to come talk to The Coyle Law Group about your financial concerns, we’ll sit down with you, examine your individual situation, and advise you about the options available to you.
Should you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy? What about Chapter 11 or Chapter 13? What are the differences between the different types of bankruptcy? Which one is best for you?
We’ll answer all of these questions, and more. We’ll walk you through what you’ll have to do if you decide to file for bankruptcy, what the process will be like, and what benefits and drawbacks each of your options has. We’ll also be with you at every step of the way to ensure that your rights are protected.
Even though the attorneys and staff at The Coyle Law Group have extensive experience helping our clients faced with financial difficulties, we cannot give you advice or protect your rights until you decide to reach out to us for assistance. Whether you’re struggling to pay your bills, are worried about foreclosure, or just want more information about bankruptcy and what it can do for you, our bankruptcy attorneys are ready to help. If you haven’t yet schedule an appointment yet, contact us as soon as possible so we can give you the peace of mind you deserve.