I wish I had known this when I was younger....

by Bradley Baum on May. 29, 2019

Bankruptcy & Debt Bankruptcy 

Summary: There is a way to get out of debt and start over

We all have made mistakes in our lives. Most of us have compiled debt beyond our expectations, beyond our budgets. There is a legal way out. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy allows for the opportunity to wipe out all of your credit card debt and all of your medical bills and many, many other bills. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy also allows for you to do this while keeping everything that own. 

    Most people have said, if only I had known this before. Imagine if you could have gotten rid of this debt years earlier. The things that you could have done with this extra income that was thrown away on interest charges and late fees. The vacations that you could have taken. The cars or houses that maybe you could have acquired. The opportunites lost are quite sad....But, there is still time to do it now. To gain that financial freedom now and just start over.

     There are guidelines and restrictions that have to be complied with. Please call the law offices of Bradley Scott Baum Ltd to schedule a free consultation to see if you can file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and wipe away all of your bills and just start over, debt free. The phone number is 847-409-9629. You can call the office 24 hours, 7 days a week. You can receive a FREE consultation. The attorneys charge a very low fee for the bankruptcy. 

    The law office is a debt relief agency helping people file for Bankruptcy under the Illinoios Bankruptcy code

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