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Gudeman & Associates Offers Advice On How To Hire A Bankruptcy Attorney

Gudeman and Associates Attorneys is now a no-cost consultation for bankruptcy candidates. If someone is struggling with debt, then talking to a bankruptcy expert is a valid step.

Gudeman & Associates wants to provide some no-cost legal advice for those who are looking to hire a bankruptcy attorney. Bankruptcy is tricky business—it is not a scenario anyone wants to face. But navigating this minefield is necessary to ensure the economic survival in some cases.

And so Team Gudeman is now giving the reader everything they need to know about the process of hiring a bankruptcy attorney.

Drowning in an ocean of debt isn’t the state in which people want their businesses or personal life to be in. Unfortunately, this is something that happens in real life so consumers need to be aware on how to navigate this.

Most people don’t actually plan for bankruptcy or prepare for it until it is looking them in the eyes. Nobody wants their financial situation to take a turn for the worse, and no one anticipates it.

If a person is considering filing for bankruptcy, it is essential to hire an expert. Gudeman recommends hiring a bankruptcy attorney: someone who knows the ins and outs—the advantages and disadvantages of filing for bankruptcy.

As hard as it is to believe, bankruptcy isn’t a declaration of failure or admittance of defeat. It is a solution to a problem, and it has its benefits.

The first step is to realize that this is an extreme measure. It will have an impact on a person or business’s credit reports as well as mental state. But it is also important to recognize that it is a way to protect assets in a financial situation that there’s no way out of. Bankruptcy is a way to relieve debt.

In fact, over 1 million people filed for bankruptcy in 2013. A good bankruptcy attorney should be able to help their clients through the complicated process of filing for bankruptcy.

The law does not require individuals and companies to have an attorney, but going through the process without one is risky. Cases filed with an attorney have a 94.5 percent success rate when it comes to discharging the debt. On the other hand, people who do not have an attorney only have a 60.9 percent success rate.

Suffice to say, a bankruptcy attorney can fight for the case in a way that regular individuals cannot.

It pays to do some research. It is not as simple as choosing the attorney with the lowest fee. The right bankruptcy attorney will know how to handle a person’s specific needs, based on their financial situation.

It is a good idea to look for bankruptcy experts and not just any lawyer. Most lawyers are willing to answer basic questions face-to-face if an initial consultation is set up regarding the specific case. It is also ideal to have a lawyer with years of experience regarding bankruptcy cases.

Focus on finding a lawyer with an approach that is tailored to the individual’s specific needs, rather than one with a “one-size-fits-all” type of process. Legal representation is important, and the lawyer should know everything there is to know about the business or the individual they are representing.

Work with Gudeman & Associates and they will be able to discuss the situation in further detail. They will give proper advice on whether to file a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, for example. Bankruptcy is a way to start over—and so it is important to do it right. Call Gudeman and Associates Attorneys today.

Gudeman & Associates, P.C. looks forward to serving those in need.


Contact Gudeman & Associates, P.C.:

Ed Gudeman
(248) 546-2800
1026 West Eleven Mile Road Royal Oak, MI 48067-5403

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