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June 2016 Archives

South Carolina medical debt may lead to bankruptcy consideration

Facing a medical emergency of any kind can be a terrifying and stressful situation. Parents in particular may feel this way when it is their children who have been seriously injured or become ill. In addition to worrying about the health and well-being of their children, South Carolina parents in such situations may also have to deal with the stress of mounting medical debt.

Chapter 7 or 13? South Carolina residents may explore options

Moving forward during a financially difficult time may seem like trying to swim against the current. South Carolina residents may feel as if they are working hard to address their debt problems only to find themselves not making much headway. In such cases, individuals may be interested in Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in hopes of forgoing further financial damage.

South Carolina residents may not want to fear bankruptcy

Having fears when it comes to filing for bankruptcy is understandable. Many South Carolina residents may worry that in dealing with their debt balances they will lose all of their possessions and be unable to regain credit in the future. Luckily, these issues are not necessarily true. Even individuals who file for Chapter 7 liquidation bankruptcy will likely not lose everything.

Bankruptcy may benefit South Carolina residents with debt

Individuals who have been dealing with debt issues only to have balances continue to hang over their heads may feel as if they have no way out. Luckily, there are bankruptcy options that may help South Carolina residents get back on top of their finances. Of course, concerns may arise pertaining to how bankruptcy will affect an individual's credit, but credit scores do not have to be permanently affected.

Bankruptcy may help with financial distress in South Carolina

When individuals are facing creditor calls and other stressful experiences related to financial issues, they may worry that they will be forced into even more distressing situations. Creditors may threaten to garnish wages or take other action, and South Carolina residents may not know where to turn. Luckily, bankruptcy may be an option that could help interested parties address certain issues.

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