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Exploring Your Debt Relief Options After a Loss of Income

In this turbulent economy, more and more people are losing their jobs in layoffs. Others are forced to take pay cuts. And all the while, expenses only seem to go up. Many people are forced to face the reality that they are in a desperate financial situation.

At the Highland law office of Jon D. Beaty, Attorney at Law, we help people explore their debt relief options. When faced with job loss or a loss of income, clients come to us considering bankruptcy for the first time in their lives. We give them honest advice and explain their full scope of legal options. Contact our law office to find out more.

It May Be Time to Consider Bankruptcy

Many who have lost their jobs take desperate measures to restore their financial security. We have seen many people exhaust their IRAs or 401(k) plans to gain temporary debt relief.

Before you tap your own retirement account for temporary financial security, talk to a bankruptcy attorney. We can work to save your IRA or 401(k) plan and still get debt relief through Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Cashing in your retirement account will do little to improve your long-term financial situation. Bankruptcy can address the root of the problem.

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We can explain the benefits of both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, and help you determine a plan based on your specific circumstances. Contact Hammond bankruptcy lawyer Jon D. Beaty to schedule a consultation.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

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http://www.jeffreybestlaw.com 866-585-0082 Jon D. Beaty in Highland, Indiana helps you navigate through the process of filing bankruptcy and which chapter to file. If you are looking at filing a Chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy, contact us for help.

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