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Filing Bankruptcy Today Could Mean a Better Tomorrow

Are you worried about providing your kids with basic necessities?

Have you recently had to explain to your kids why you're so upset after a call with an angry creditor?

Do you worry about saving money for your kids' future?

Many Families Are in the Same Situation

Many parents feel as if they're not financially doing enough for their kids.

Harvard law professor Elizabeth Warren and her daughter Amelia Warren Tyagi examined family spending in their book The Two-Income Trap. The authors claim that, compared to a generation ago, today's average family of four spends:

  • 21 percent less on clothing
  • 22 percent less on food
  • 44 percent less on household appliances

Although such statistics suggest that providing for kids may be tougher nowadays, many parents have more power to change their circumstances than they realize.

Turn the Page on Family Debt

The U.S. Bankruptcy Code serves to give debt-relief options to families who may have fallen on hard times due to unexpected medical bills, bad luck or some other unforeseen circumstance.

Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy offer different protections for different situations, but both help American families stop creditor harassment and regain control of their lives.

Talk to a Bankruptcy Lawyer about Your Options

At Clear Bankruptcy, we can help you by connecting you with a local bankruptcy lawyer who can help you explore whether filing personal bankruptcy protection may be right for you.

Make the first move right now and fill out the bankruptcy contact form below to get started.

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