Lake County Credit Card Debt Attorneys

One sudden unexpected event can cause you to enter into more debt than you can handle. You may place more money on your credit card than you can repay or have medical bills pile up quickly. For many people throughout Northwest Indiana, these issues only exacerbate other debt problems such as the inability to make mortgage payments and to pay for daily living expenses.

At Manning & Mouratides, P.C., our Lake County debt lawyers help individuals find lasting solutions to debt issues that are threatening their financial well-being. While many people perceive bankruptcy as a dire situation, we view it as an opportunity to start over. You do not have to lose everything when you file bankruptcy.

To find out more about the debt relief options available in your case, contact an experienced lawyer at our firm. We can be reached online or by telephone at 219-865-8376 (toll free at 800-670-3894) to schedule a free initial consultation.

Crown Point Medical Bill Debt Relief Attorneys

Many people who file bankruptcy feel a sense of duty to repay their debts. They are not trying to avoid what they owe, but the volume of money owed simply makes it impossible. They may try to take on second jobs, sell off assets, or drain their savings or retirement accounts to pay their bills.

Many assets are exempt through bankruptcy. Nearly all retirement investment accounts are entirely exempt, meaning creditors cannot claim any portion of your retirement and a bankruptcy Trustee cannot use those funds to pay your debts. You would be ill-advised to withdraw money from these accounts as any withdrawal typically involves penalty fees and taxes.

Rather than losing what you have earned to pay for your medical bills or credit cards, discuss your options with an experienced attorney at our firm. We can give you the information you need to move forward with confidence and save your valued assets.

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We are a debt relief agency providing assistance in bankruptcy matters.