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Newington CT: Ch.7 & Ch. 13 Bankruptcy Attorney


If you recently lost your job, or have been dealing with long-term unemployment, money might be a problem. As the jobless numbers continue to cause alarm it is not unusual to find skilled workers with college degrees waiting on the unemployment line. Unfortunately not everyone planned in advance for being out of work and for many living paycheck-to-paycheck was the only way to survive. Now, as unemployment benefits begin to expire many people are struggling to figure out how they will pay their mortgage, make payments on their cars and keep up with credit card bills. If you live in Newington, CT and are worried about your financial situation, contact experienced bankruptcy attorney Chris Carrozzella for sound counsel that can help you get your finances in order.

You Have Options

A big misconception many people have is that once they are in debt they will forever stay in debt. Just because you made some bad decisions regarding money doesn't mean you have to live with it forever. Being hounded by ruthless collection agencies and receiving threats from lenders about taking away your home or car is enough to cause anyone to panic. However, you have rights and there are solutions to these problems. Filing for a Ch. 7 or Ch. 13 personal bankruptcy may be the right move and will put an end to collection calls and other scare tactics lenders use to get payment. What shouldn't be an option is failing to take action. Your debt won't magically disappear just because you try to forget about it. Though bankruptcy can be a humbling experience, in many cases it is the best option for resolving debts that are out of your control.

Where to Get Advice

Everyone has an opinion when it comes to money. However, when you are in debt and at a loss to come up with a solution, the only advice you should be taking is that from an experienced bankruptcy attorney. Debt is not something you should trust with friends and family. Emotions won't be useful when figuring out if a Ch. 7 or Ch. 13 bankruptcy is better for your situation. When you consult with a bankruptcy lawyer you get the facts about filing and don't have to worry about personal opinions. When dealing with debt it's best to take a straight-forward approach and meeting with someone who makes a living counseling people on bankruptcy is a great place to start.

Don't let debt ruin your life. Contact bankruptcy lawyer Chris Carrozzella today.
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