What are the warning signs that I need to file for bankruptcy relief?
Posted on Feb 19, 2009 in Bankruptcy
How do I know I need to file bankruptcy?
Here are some of the warning signs:
- You can’t pay your debts as they come due – credit cards, medical bills, personal injury claims or other big debts
- Your wages are being garnished
- Your bank accounts have been frozen by creditors
- You have suffered a judgment which you can’t pay
- Liens have been filed against your home or other property
- You have been called into court after a judgment for a citation to discover assets by a creditor with a judgment against you.
- You have been notified that you are in default of your mortgage and facing foreclosure
- You have been having difficulty with the Internal Revenue Service or state tax authorities
- Creditors or debt collectors are calling you at home or work.
- Your car has been repossessed and you can’t afford to pay the balance
- Your house has been foreclosed and you are facing a large deficiency judgment
- You can no longer make minimum monthly installments on your credit cards
- Your credit card companies have raised the interest rate on your cards to an unaffordable level.
- You are being sued and can’t afford to defend yourself in court.
- Your drivers’ license has been revoked because you did not have insurance
- You are unable to sleep because you are worrying about your debt
- You are seeing and hearing advertisements for bankruptcy lawyers at odd hours of the day or night
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