Thanks for your question. Bankruptcy is often a viable option to discharge credit card debt and medical bills. You should speak with a bankruptcy attorney in your area to find out if your situation warrants bankruptcy. An attorney can advise you on which property you may keep in a bankruptcy and when the best time for you to file would be. I hope that helps.
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The question of should you file is a judgment call and not legal advice. A lawyer can only counsel you on your options and let you decide. It does sound like your situation is exactly the reason we have bankruptcy. You should find an experienced bankruptcy lawyer and review your situation with them.
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I agree with Mr. Mumme and Mr. Boston. Only a consultation with a BK attorney would give you all the information you need to make a decision. Good luck.
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Bankruptcy may be a great choice for you, or there could also be other options that might work as well. The best thing to do is find an experienced bankruptcy attorney near you and consult with him or her face to face. There is no substitute for a personal evaluation.
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Depends on the rest of your situation.
You are close enough to my office, just off Katy Freeway in West Houston, that a short trip and a free consultation would be a great option. Then everything is out on the table, we discuss options, then options after options.
With information about your specific situation, you can make the best decision.
Seriously. Free first visit.
Texas has a four year statute of limitations on breach of contract. Bankruptcy may be your best option depending on your income an expense.Ask a similar question
Bankruptcy sounds like a good solution for you. Credit card debt and medical bills are the most common unsecured debts that are discharged in Bankruptcy.
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