ENFIELD CREDIT CARD DEBT ATTORNEY
Credit Card Debt After Bankruptcy
Most consumers find that credit card debt is the most difficult to overcome. With rising interest rates, hidden fees, and minimum payments that make it difficult to catch up, it is no surprise that credit card debt is part of a larger economic crisis. If you are overwhelmed you may have wondered, "What would happen to my credit card debt after bankruptcy?" For Americans struggling to overcome insurmountable credit card debt, bankruptcy may be the relief you need to get debt free.
Credit card debt and your bankruptcy options
If you are like most credit card holders, you never expected your debt to spiral out of control. You may have used the card just for emergencies, or found it convenient before a paycheck came. Over time, even if the debt accumulated, you may have thought that eventually you would just, pay it off. Now that may seem more unlikely. If you have lost a job or suffered an injury, making even minimum payments may be impossible.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a debt relief option available to qualifying consumers who are overwhelmed by credit card debt and unable to get ahead. You may be able to file bankruptcy and liquidate all unsecured debt, including:
- Credit card debt
- Medical bills
- Past utility bills
- Personal loans
If you are considering Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, it is important to work with an experienced advocate you can trust. Susan M. Williams has over 25 years of experience. She will detail the bankruptcy process for you and help you understand life after bankruptcy before pursuing your case.
We take pride in providing our clients with the personal attention they deserve. If you live in Massachusetts or Connecticut, call Susan M. Williams in Enfield, Connecticut at 860-265-4764 or contact us by e-mail, to schedule a free consultation with our lawyer.
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We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.