Dealing With The Legal Consequences Of Being Broke
It seemed that the moment I turned 18, the credit card offers quickly started to pile up in my mailbox. Each time a new card would arrive, I would quickly find something I just had to have or somewhere I just had to go that would inevitably require my entire line of credit. After less than a year, I had found myself with more debt than I could realistically pay in ten years.
Last year, with the help of a bankruptcy attorney I was able to finally say goodbye to many of those old debts and begin the process of rebuilding my credit. Today, I would like to help others on this path as well by offering them somewhere to turn for legal information concerning bankruptcy and other debt relief options, as well as many of the other legal problems that can often accompany poor financial decisions.