Are you struggling to make things work financially or feeling overwhelmed and buried in your bills? A prepaid legal plan can help connect you to a qualified bankruptcy attorney to help you figure out the next appropriate step.
Getting Legal Help in a Financial Crisis
Harassing phone calls from creditors, imminent foreclosure on your house and mounting debts can feel like a nightmare that just won’t end.
Being able to contact an attorney in your time of need and get answers or even letters and calls on your behalf can be invaluable.
Making a decision about bankruptcy is never easy, but the process can be made better by having a talented attorney you can trust.
Perhaps, however, you have no idea how to start or are unsure about how a relationship with a bankruptcy attorney might work.
Some of the most common questions associated with the bankruptcy process include:
- What federal and state exemptions allow you keep certain property?
- What fees are involved in filing for bankruptcy?
- What’s the difference between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13?
- How long will bankruptcy take?
- How will bankruptcy impact your financial future?
The Attorneys in Our Prepaid Plan Network: What to Expect
An attorney’s job is to help you consider your current financial predicament, but also work towards a future that is free of the debt and pressure you are currently struggling with. It all begins with contacting an attorney for a consultation. With our prepaid legal plans, you have access to more than 20,000 attorneys all over the country with an average of more than 19 years of experience.
You have the opportunity to work with any attorney you choose to get your questions answered and figure out if bankruptcy is right for you. It is a mistake to believe that hiring an attorney puts an additional financial burden on you. Getting your questions answered by an attorney in an initial consultation can help you to figure out the next steps that you need to take without the pressure of what people typically assume will happen when they hire an attorney.
An ideal attorney-client relationship as it relates to bankruptcy will be one that is built on sharing of information, experience on the attorney’s part and accessibility and communication. Choosing the right bankruptcy attorney is a critical decision but you need to be able to have all the facts in order to make an informed decision and determine whether or not someone is right for you. Setting up the initial consultation through your prepaid legal plan relieves a great deal of stress for you and allows you to get answers immediately when you need them most.
Ready to get started finally getting the answers you need? Use our prepaid legal plan to get access to attorneys who can help you with a broad range of legal issues.
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