Debt Relief vs. Bankruptcy

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Debt Relief vs. Bankruptcy

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While filing for bankruptcy can be the best choice for some, it is not necessarily for everyone.

If you have so much debt that you will either never be able to repay it or will take years to repay, then bankruptcy may be the quickest and cheapest way for you to get a "fresh start".

This is because the cost of filing for bankruptcy is relatively inexpensive compared to how much you would end up paying over the next few years trying to repay your creditors. Plus, your creditors will often continue charging you excessive interest rates on your balances and your credit rating will continue to suffer.

On the other hand, if you only owe 1-2 creditors (but still cannot afford to pay them off entirely), our attorneys offer debt relief services wherein we negotiate with your creditors on your behalf to either reduce the amount you owe, or set up a repayment plan you can afford.

Can I try and negotiate with my creditors on my own?

While you can certainly attempt to negotiate with your creditors directly, the creditors are more likely to negotiate with a bankruptcy attorney fearing that if they refuse to negotiate, we'll simply file a bankruptcy case for you and wipe out their debt entirely!

You may have various debt relief options available to you. The credit counseling industry does not always present a "magic" solution to debt. Consider this when making your decision, as well as the negotiation methods and debt relief options with lenders and creditors. This requires their full cooperation, which sometimes they are not willing to give. When handled, instead, by a serious bankruptcy attorney, there is a far greater chance for success. We put to work our well-honed skills in trial litigation, effective negotiation abilities, and invaluable courtroom experience.

Our attorneys have first-hand knowledge of how the policies and procedures of lenders work. Contact Saffa Law Group to arrange your free case evaluation with our experienced Charlotte bankruptcy lawyers.

Decide Which is Right For You: Debt Relief or Bankruptcy

When you are experiencing delays in being able to make monthly payments on your bills or are in default of your loans, expect contact from collection agents by phone and by mail. Oftentimes, these agencies may threaten you with lawsuits in writing. Doing nothing about this situation is not recommended. Taking no action on your behalf will only lengthen the time you have to feel the stress and anxiety of such a situation, which can negatively impact your health and your family. Neglecting to give urgent attention to your financial matters can lead to collections, repossessions, garnishment of wages, and foreclosure, and our firm can help you avoid this.

Let the skilled attorneys at our firm assist you with your financial troubles; contact Saffa Law Group for the skilled representation you need!

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