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December 2014 Archives

Tennessee bankruptcy may offer medical debt relief

As many Tennesseans know, life is full of unexpected events that can wreak havoc on their personal finances. Some Tennesseans know firsthand that health problems can create some of the worst financial problems. Sometimes, income and savings cannot cover medical and related expenses and debts often pile up beyond the ability of a wage earner or household to pay. Eliminating such debts can become nearly impossible. One study notes that some 40 percent of Americans carry some health-care debt, and medical debt is the main reason people file for bankruptcy protection and debt relief.

What are the myths about Tennessee bankruptcy?

Despite being a perfectly legitimate and honorable way to find Tennessee debt relief. One way of legally discharging debts is misunderstood by many people, including some Tennessee residents. Misconceptions about bankruptcy can prevent people from making an informed choice that could help them out of debt with comparative ease. Knowing the facts about bankruptcy can help.

Making sure financial hope is within your grasp

For some Tennessee residents who are neck deep in financial trouble, hope that they can find a way out of their predicament can keep them going. Sometimes, however, the desire to get out from under debt and stop creditor harassment leads them to turn to the false hope offered by people who prey on those who are desperate, which often leads to an even worse predicament. Our law firm, on the other hand, can offer something genuine to many Tennessee residents drowning in debt: a Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing.

Credit card habits that can lead Tennesseans to debt

According to the latest figures, America is swimming in over $880 billion credit card debt. Although the causes of credit card debts are different for every individual, there are certain habits that can pave the way for financial ruin. Tennesseans should know that it is in their best interests to be aware, and avoid these habits to prevent a financial meltdown.

Debt relief tips for a Tennessee fresh financial start

With the holidays fast approaching, many Tennesseans are probably thinking about what they want to buy. Unfortunately, others are thinking the opposite because they can no longer afford purchasing gifts because they are struggling with debts. Nevertheless, there are ways to finally achieve debt relief.

Kenneth C. Rannick, P.C.
4416 Brainerd Road
Chattanooga, TN 37411

Phone: 423-954-7180
Phone: 423-624-4002
Fax: 423-624-0509
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