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Last week we discussed some steps that you can take to help find financial freedom in the New Year. Though managing one’s money better, saving and avoiding new debt can certainly help improve your financial health, in today’s world those actions simply are not always a possibility. In some instances, individuals find themselves so buried in debt that they have lost all hope and have given up on finding the financial stability they need to get by.

With a New Year come new hope for many Wisconsinites. If you are one of those individuals struggling with overwhelming debt, then you may be able to utilize the bankruptcy system to your advantage. Though there is often negative connotation associated with bankruptcy, the process is a great way to shed debt, obtain financial relief and hit the restart button on your finances.

When it comes to debt relief options like bankruptcy, though, there are many options. Each route has its own advantages and disadvantages. Because of the challenges associated with interpreting and applying bankruptcy laws, many find it beneficial to seek help from a compassionate and competent attorney. A skilled attorney can help you better understand how the law applies to your position and how it can be used to help you find the debt relief you need.

The Helbing Law Office has years of experience helping those struggling with financial challenges reclaim their financial independence. We help Wisconsin residents avoid foreclosure, stop creditor harassment, and eliminate debt. We educate our clients and aid them in making the legal decisions that support their best interests. Additionally, experienced with navigating the bankruptcy process, we ensure our client’s claims and forms are properly filed in a timely fashion and showcase why bankruptcy is right for him or her.

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