In Financial Trouble? We Can Help You Find A Way Out.

Financial trouble often strikes with little warning. Your income drops when you lose your job. An accident leaves you with insurmountable medical debt. A divorce takes half of your assets and half of your expected income, if not more.

While you cannot always control your financial situation, you can control how you react to it.

Avoiding The Pitfalls Of Financial Mistakes

Unfortunately, many people react by making financial mistakes that are not in their best interests. Here are some examples:

  • Skipping car payments. If you miss two or more payments, the lender may repossess your car. Losing your car can make it difficult to get to work — leading to even greater financial problems.
  • Skipping house payments. Missed payments can lead to mounting mortgage debt and eventually foreclosure.
  • Taking money out of your retirement savings accounts. Debt may devour these accounts, but the underlying financial issues still remain. Using up your retirement accounts just delay the inevitable, and you quickly find yourself right back in the same position — without anything saved up for the future.

You must carefully consider any financial moves you make, as some of these mistakes lead to larger issues that you cannot undo.

Get Help To Solve Financial Trouble

At the law firm of Kenneth C. Rannick, P.C., in Chattanooga, Tennessee, we have years of experience solving debt problems just like yours. It may be your first time you have gotten into financial trouble, but we have helped more than 14,000 people solve debt problems.

With a fully licensed and insured bankruptcy attorney on your side, you can make positive decisions for your financial future and utilize your rights as an American. Filing bankruptcy ends creditor harassment and gives you a fresh financial start. Even more important, it protects assets that you want to keep like your home, your car and your retirement savings.

We will help you find out if bankruptcy is right for you with a free initial consultation. Our appointment windows are flexible, so come in at your convenience. You can also contact us online or call 423-954-7180 to set up a free consultation with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer.