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Boomer July 12, 2016

As a bankruptcy attorney for more than 20 years, I’ve seen the toll financial stress can take on my clients. Those relentless phone calls … the barrage of letters from creditors … they can really start to wear you down.

There is hope, however because just as the phoenix rises triumphant from its ashes, you too can get a fresh start. In fact, bankruptcy laws are designed to give everyone a chance to get their debt behind them and move on to better days.

And it’s not as scary or as complicated as you might think. In fact, it is our job to help you understand your options and work through the system as seamlessly as possible.

The key is to get advice as soon as possible and create a plan that works for you. So, how can bankruptcy help you get a fresh start? Consider this:

1. Bankruptcy stops foreclosure proceedings and repossessions.
Many people don’t realize that in most cases, the bankruptcy process will actually protect you from losing your property. Here at Bolton Law Group, our team has dozens of years of experience helping people go from the fear of foreclosure to the security of a fresh start and a plan to move forward.
2. Bankruptcy can give you a break from crippling payments.
There are many reasons people find themselves unable to afford their monthly payments on debts. It can happen to anyone. The bankruptcy laws give you options to either eliminate your debts or restructure debt into a manageable payment schedule. Your bankruptcy attorney can advise you of all your options and work with you to determine your best pathway to a fresh start.
3. Bankruptcy means no more bullying phone calls and letters from creditors. No more feelings of anxiety whenever the phone rings. The walk to the mailbox will not seem as long and foreboding. Often this reduction in stress and a clear plan of action allows you to quickly get back on your feet and move forward again.
So what happens next? Let us help you decide if bankruptcy is right for you. For a free consultation, contact Phil Bolton or our staff at Bolton Law Group. We have offices in Greensboro and Winston-salem, North Carolina.

We look forward to working with you!

Phillip E. Bolton, Partner