Congratulations on making the decision to take back your financial life! It is understandable that most people are very nervous about bankruptcy and a certain amount of hesitancy is to be expected. Filing for bankruptcy can be a very scary process when you don’t know where to start. It is the goal of Carolyn Secor, an experienced bankruptcy attorney to walk you through each step of the process with as little stress as possible so that you and your family can emerge debt-free and on the road to financial recovery. The biggest misunderstanding regarding bankruptcy is that you will lose all of your assets and that you will never be able to regain your credit again.
The Law Office of Carolyn Secor P.A. is focused on meeting the needs of clients before, during, and after filing their bankruptcy cases. Filing for bankruptcy may be one of the most difficult and emotional decisions that a person may face. She is prepared to assist you along this path so that your case may be as efficient and complication-free as possible.
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There are many benefits to filing for bankruptcy. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy provides debt relief, which is the ultimate goal of any client. It can also assist you by relieving tax debt and discharging overwhelming credit card debt. Our attorney will explain the guidelines and restrictions of your personal bankruptcy in order to help you determine if you are eligible for all of these benefits and much more.
Carolyn Secor is committed to assisting all of her clients with their legal needs. Unemployment in Florida fell to 7.5% this year, the lowest the rate has been since 2008. In this time of economic uncertainty, many people are looking for a way to rebuild their financial future and unburden their already overextended budgets. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy allows a person to have a fresh start, a second chance.
The federal government passed new bankruptcy reform legislation in October 2005. However, don’t be discouraged! Most studies indicate that the new law affects less than 15% of individuals who could have filed previously. If you are feeling overwhelmed by your debts and considering filing bankruptcy, it is highly probable that you fall into the category of the 85 percent of people who are still eligible to file.