Don’t Wait Until Your Creditors Get a Judgment
You Do Not Have to Wait to Take Action
One of the biggest mistakes people make is to continue to fight a debt they know they cannot afford to pay until a judgment is filed against them and they have no choice but to file for bankruptcy. You do not have to wait for a judgment to take action. You can get relief today and an experienced Arizona bankruptcy lawyer can help.
At the Phoenix law offices of Ben Wright, we help people across Arizona get the debt relief they deserve through bankruptcy. While we are prepared to step in at any point of the process to protect our clients, the sooner you take action, the more options you will have and the easier it will be to work with your creditors.
The Dangers of Waiting for a Judgment
Attorney Ben Wright understands how hard it is to struggle with credit card debt or any kind of debt, but our firm cannot help you until you contact us. With creditors breathing down your neck, you are best served looking for a plan. If you wait too long, your creditors will serve you with a lawsuit, and then you will have to work at their pace instead of your own.
If your creditors put a judgment against you, the fight is not over, but you put yourself at a major disadvantage. While you can take many of the same steps to discharge a judgment that you would take to discharge an unsecured debt, if there is a lien on your house or other major assets, it will require more work, and that means more money.
Another problem is that we cannot fight the amount you owe a creditor if they file certain types of judgments. If you take action now, you can dispute the amount owed and that could save you money.
We want to help you get debt relief today. The sooner you take action, the more options you will have in the bankruptcy process. Located in Phoenix, we help clients across Arizona find solutions. Call (602) 648-3274 or contact us online today for a free initial consultation.
We are a debt relief agency. We help individuals and businesses file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.