Legal Question in Bankruptcy in California
can not pay my credit cards. shoud I file for bankruptcy
Asked on 1/19/17, 8:01 am
2 Answers from Attorneys
Mark Markus Law Office of Mark J. Markus
Bankruptcy is certainly an option you should explore. The only way to evaluate your eligibility and whether bankruptcy is your best option is to have a consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney in your state.
Answered on 1/19/17, 8:57 am
Michael Avanesian Avanesian Law Firm
This is a multi-faceted question which begins with: why can't you pay your credit card bills? Are you out of a job? Is it temporary? What is the likelihood of obtaining a better job or making more money in the near future? Are you or a loved one sick? etc.
The next step is to determine whether bankruptcy is even a good option. To analyze this issue, we need to look at collectability, harassment value, future contemplated expenses, assets, etc.
Answered on 1/19/17, 9:28 am
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