“I used to have perfect credit,” is something a lot of people looking at filing bankruptcy say when trying to make sense of a now chaotic financial mess. Many people visit the office with bewildered disbelief at their financial situation.
If you find yourself in this mess, contacting Burke Smith Law is the best option.
Filing for bankruptcy may stop the harassing or abusive messages left by debt collectors. However, you may be able to fix or resolve your financial issues without filing for bankruptcy.
To discuss your options contact an Omaha Bankruptcy Attorney today at (402) 718-8865. The call is free, and we’ll answer your questions.
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