Bankruptcy: Truly A Fresh Start

Bankruptcy: Truly A Fresh Start

Bankruptcy offers you a fresh start. The attorneys at the Morrison Law Group can explain how bankruptcy fits your unique set of personal financial circumstances and whether it is truly your best option for a fresh start. An established tenet of bankruptcy law is providing shelter to debtors experiencing financial problems. Although this principle considers and acknowledges repaying your debts, most bankruptcy cases filed by Utah consumers pay little or nothing to creditors. The result is that you get a fresh start and can move forward with your life without the stress caused by financial misfortune.

Although we all have been affected by significant changes in the last year, not much, if anything, has changed in the way that bankruptcy cases are filed. There is no reason for anyone in Utah who needs a fresh start to delay or avoid filing bankruptcy in 2021. All bankruptcy cases in Utah are filed online. There is no need to go to the federal courthouse if you have an attorney.

Bankruptcy remains an excellent tool to help you rebound from financial problems caused by job loss, unexpected medical bills, and excessive spending. If you want to know more about your options for filing bankruptcy as we move beyond 2020, one of the most memorable years in history for all the wrong reasons, the attorneys at the Morrison Law Group can answer your questions and help you take the first step to gain a fresh start.

The stress caused by financial problems can be unmanageable. Harassment by creditors may compound the emotional cost of dealing with burdensome debt. The constant harassment of creditors is just one significant effect of having a delinquent debt. It is not unusual for creditors to use unscrupulous, even illegal, business practices to force payment of a debt. Eliminating this stress by filing a bankruptcy case can help you move forward in a significant way.

Once a bankruptcy petition is filed, your creditors must cease all contact with you. If not and they continue and maintain collection efforts, you may have a cause of action to sue them under federal law. The Morrison Law Group takes great pride in protecting our clients during their case and after their bankruptcy case ends. Each one of our former clients’ needs and deserves protection from creditors who engage in illegal business practices.

One of the Morrison Law Group’s qualified and knowledgeable bankruptcy attorneys can answer your questions about filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy case. Call 801.456.9933 today to schedule a FREE consultation. We have locations in Ogden, Logan, Sandy, Orem, and St. George to serve the residents of the counties of Weber, Cache, Salt Lake, Utah, Morgan, Davis, Washington, and surrounding areas.

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