If you’re experiencing a serious financial crisis, waiting to file bankruptcy in Nebraska doesn’t usually offer any benefits. And filing now may prevent something worse from happening down the road. It may feel like a drastic option, but it may be your best one.
4 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Wait to File Bankruptcy in Nebraska
Filing sooner rather than later could save you a lot of potential headaches. Filing bankruptcy in Nebraska now will:
- Protect you from collection agencies.
- Chances are you’re experiencing creditors harassing you day and night with phone call after phone call. You may have even gotten to a point where you ignore all calls from numbers you don’t know. Filing now will stop these calls and give you the space you’ve been missing.
- If you do get calls from creditors, once you retain us you can refer the creditors to our office. We will inform them you’ve retained an attorney and that they are obligated to leave you alone!
- Protect you from lawsuits.
- Our bankruptcy attorneys in Nebraska will protect you from any lawsuits filed against you. If you currently have one (and it’s still within the 30-day window), once retained, we’ll respond to the lawsuit for you and help delay any wage garnishments.
- Protect you from wage garnishments.
- Waiting to file with creditors on your tail will eventually come back to haunt you: Eventually, your wages may be garnished. This will make your monthly resources even scarcer, and add to your already stressful situation.
- Getting started sooner—and having the paperwork already prepared—will save you from this stress and keep you on top of your finances. Life will feel a lot less stressful when your wages aren’t being garnished!
- Save you money.
- Starting sooner—within 10 days after your first call with our office—will save you $50!
Contact Our Experienced Bankruptcy Attorneys in Nebraska for a Free Consultation
Our experienced bankruptcy attorneys in Nebraska understand that you may feel hesitant to get started in bankruptcy, but it may make things worse to wait. The consequences of collection harrassment, lawsuits, and wage garnishments can be far worse.
If you have any questions about the process or are considering filing bankruptcy in Nebraska, but don’t know where to start, please give us a call at (308) 872-8327 or fill out this contact form and a member of our team will get back to you asap. Our Nebraska bankruptcy attorneys are eager to help you weigh your options, to make the choice that’s right for you!