Bankruptcy Could Be the Lifeline You Need—to Eliminate Debt, Stop Foreclosure and Make a Brand New Start
“I don’t want to lose my home to foreclosure.” “The bank is threatening to repossess my car.” “Creditors keep calling but I can’t pay my bills.” “I don’t know how to get rid of my debt.“ “Going bankrupt is a last resort, right?” “Will I ever have a good credit score again?”
Sound familiar? In 2011, over one million Americans had enough of those same worries and questions that they chose Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy as the best way to make a new start in life. Many were given an unaffordable home loan by an irresponsible mortgage broker, some were awarded a line of credit by reckless loan officer, others were pressured into a buying a car and can’t make the payments. Many folks were laid off from work and now can’t get a job because of high unemployment. Choosing to declare bankruptcy has been the smartest solution for thousands of good, hard-working citizens and may be the right answer for you too. Unfortunately, there is still some stigma around that old-fashioned expression ‘going bankrupt’, and yet it is simply a legal term to describe the reorganization and/or elimination of debt.
At Matthews & Megna, we’ve seen first-hand that bankruptcy helps honest, hard-working people solve their financial problems, so they can get back on track and start planning for the future. The main thing to remember is that if you are in a financial crisis and confused about how to protect your home, keep your car, eliminate debt and hold on to possessions, you are not alone—and we can help. We serve South Carolinians facing financial hardship in the Midlands, which includes the Columbia area, and the Pee Dee region, including Darlington, as well as the Florence area.
Let a Bankruptcy Attorney Help Stop Collection Agency Calls, Protect Your Home, Car & Possessions
Across the country, millions of good folks just like you, who have been working hard their entire lives, have had to face the fact that they can’t make ends meet. Perhaps you lost a job, have a mountain of medical bills, can’t pay the mortgage or are falling behind on car payments and creditors won’t stop calling. Don’t despair—there is a way out, and the compassionate South Carolina bankruptcy lawyers at Matthews & Megna can help you make a fresh start. Call them today toll-free at (877)253-7705. Every discussion is confidential and we serve the entire Florence, Darlington, Columbia, Midlands and Pee Dee, SC area.
Can’t Pay the Mortgage? Late On Car Payments? Mounting Debt? We Can Help
Bankruptcy used to have a bad reputation as an indication of irresponsibility, but not any more, particularly in this economic climate when everyone is hurting. For many people just like you, bankruptcy can be the smartest way to take control of rising debt. And bankruptcy is not as complicated as you might think. Simply put, United States bankruptcy law allows individuals and businesses to eliminate or reorganize debt.
If you got injured at work, were laid off, lost a loved one, had a major medical emergency or have been living above your means, bankruptcy can be the ideal solution. The experienced bankruptcy attorneys at the Law Office of Matthews & Megna can help you with either Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Debt Relief Means Peace of Mind—Let Matthews & Megna Help You Start Over
Many South Carolinians qualify for bankruptcy but don’t know it. And many who qualify may worry that it conflicts with faith or the ethics with which they were raised. A reliable, experienced bankruptcy attorney can address all these issues and help assess whether it’s the right solution for you, and can help you with filing for bankruptcy. Call South Carolina bankruptcy attorneys Matthews & Megna today toll-free at (877)253-7705 or contact us onlinefor a free initial evaluation. Every discussion is confidential and we serve the entire Florence, Darlington, Columbia, Midlands and Pee Dee, SC area.We are a debt relief agency. We help people understand their financial options and file bankruptcy.