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I need help! But I don't want to talk about bankruptcy.

January 31, 2015

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I need help! But I don't want to talk about bankruptcy.

January 31, 2015

Ok. For whatever reason, you are up to your eyeballs in debt. It's constantly on your mind. You feel helpless. You can't sleep. You can feel it affecting you physically. And, the one thing that may be able to help you the most, is the one thing you can't bring yourself to even discuss.


I know why you don't want to discuss it. It's the first thing almost every client tells me when I sit down with them for the first time:


  • I don't want to lose all my stuff.

  • What will my friends and family think?

  • My credit will be destroyed, and I'll never get a loan again.

  • I don't want people to yell at me.


To answer your initial concerns:


  • 98% of those who file bankrutpcy keep ALL of their stuff.

  • It's highly unlikely that your friends or family will know you filed bankruptcy unless you tell them.

  • You are here, which means your credit is probably not great anyway, and it's only likely to get worse. Yes, it will take a hit when you file, but, unlike your current situation, it then goes up.

  • Bankruptcy is an emotionless, mechanical process with the explicit purpose of giving you a fresh start. It is not a process devised to shame you, and no one treats it that way.


So, now that we have that out of the way, lets talk about how it can help you.


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