General Debt Relief Information
In 2010, there were nearly 1.8 million bankruptcies filed in the U.S., the largest number in history. This economically driven trend creates confusion in navigating overcrowded federal court systems. The assistance of knowledgeable, trustworthy legal advocates is imperative to dealing with the complicated issues bankruptcy presents. Gum, Hillier & McCroskey can help. Dave Hillier is a North Carolina Legal Specialist in Bankruptcy Law, and he is only a phone call away. Initial consultations are cost and risk free.
There are many common misconceptions about consumer bankruptcy. Some of the information you find here will help to dispel common myths, and alleviate some of the emotional turmoil that accompanies financial distress. Contrary to what you might believe, you can obtain relief for most kinds of debt,while most probably maintaining your most precious and necessary assets: your home, your car, your personal belongings. The video at the top right, created by the US Court System, will give a broad overview of what bankruptcy is all about.
The traditional stigma of consumer bankruptcy has lost its relevance in today’s economy. It is commonly understood that most bankruptcies follow extreme financial and personal shock. Whatever the circumstances that led you to consider declaring bankruptcy, we understand that your practical and emotional impact will be enormous. While bankruptcy may or may not be the right answer for you, confronting the psychological issues surrounding your financial distress, and gaining an understanding of the process are essential to rebuilding your financial future. In the face of such serious financial challenge, your best protection is qualified assessment of your legal options by an experienced bankruptcy legal specialist.