If you are struggling to pay your bills and are watching your medical bills pile up, you may want to consider bankruptcy. Both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy were designed to help people eliminate their medical bills so they can start over and rebuild their credit. If you have question about medical debt and bankruptcy, call the Koehler Law Office today.
Should I File Bankruptcy?
Many people are not sure if they should file bankruptcy and some are even afraid of the consequences. While there are some negative consequences of bankruptcy, it can be very beneficial to those who need it. Your attorney can evaluate your financial situation and help you decide if bankruptcy is right for you.
Will Bankruptcy Ruin My Credit?
If you have unpaid medical bills and are struggling to make your payments, your credit may already be ruined. Bankruptcy will stay on your credit report for several years, but you can start to rebuild your credit during that time. Bankruptcy will give you a clean slate and a chance to start over and restore your good credit.
Call The Koehler Law Office For Help With Your Bankruptcy Case Today
If you are ready to file bankruptcy to get rid of your medical bills or if you just have questions about the bankruptcy process, there are attorneys who can help. Call the Koehler Law Office today and get the ball rolling on your case. Call (812) 727-5806 now.