Most attorneys provide a free consultation. You should find an attorney that is near to you and schedule a consultation. Only after a review of your overall situation can a determination be made if bankruptcy is a good option for you.Ask a similar question
You may not have any debt that follows you because of the house. Nevada is what we call a "non-recourse" state.
Most bankruptcy attorneys will talk with you for free. Contact a local bankruptcy attorney who can evaluate if you should file.
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You haven't provided enough information to offer an opinion. Besides your house, what other kind of debts do you have?
I have published a legal guide called "Now or Later" that covers issues of when you need to file bankruptcy right away and when you can put it off, possibly indefinitely. Why not follow the links below to consider your options.
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