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Knowing if bankruptcy is the best debt relief option can be a challenge. Searching online you will find several websites promoting alternatives to bankruptcy such as debt settlement. Alternatives to bankruptcy sound good in the beginning but many times leave you in a worse financial situation. Bankruptcy is not a bad choice and people from all walks of life file bankruptcy. Since any of us can remember the word bankruptcy has been associated with losing everything you own. Cars, homes, savings and families torn apart.

The reality is bankruptcy is a viable debt relief option for those unable to repay their debt. Bankruptcy was established by the US Government to help struggling Americans find relief from overwhelming debt. You should take advantage of bankruptcy if it is best for you.

Bankruptcy filings have soared over the last few years due to the downturn in the economy. Financial hardships such as job loss, health issues, divorce, failed investments or businesses are all valid reasons for seeking relief through bankruptcy. Bankruptcy is not as complicated as it seems. It is a legal process so an Attorney should be involved. The bankruptcy qualification process is based on your state laws, your income and total debt.

How do you know if bankruptcy is right for you?

You will not know if bankruptcy is right for you until you go through a full bankruptcy evaluation. It may sound dreadful, but it is really easy. Depending on the people you know or the Internet to determine if bankruptcy is right for you may be a bad idea. You could even file for bankruptcy yourself, but most people opt for professional legal assistance. A bankruptcy attorney is able to look at your income, debts and assets to determine if you may be a good candidate for bankruptcy.

If you can answer Yes to any of these questions then you may qualify for bankruptcy.

Facing foreclosure and want to save your home?
Being sued by creditors and want to end the harassment?
Have debt you can not afford to pay back?
Recent health issues have created high medical bills?
Several payday loans you can not afford to pay back?
Owe back taxes to the IRS and want to protect your assets?
Need a solution to protect your assets from creditors?

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