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What Are The First Steps To Debt Relief?

When debt piles up, it can make you feel like you are trapped in a maze, wondering which direction leads to freedom. Bankruptcy is often the best path to take to find debt relief, but first you must decide to take action. The experienced bankruptcy attorneys at Robinson Salyers, PLLC, in Frankfort and Shelbyville can guide you through the first steps toward a fresh start.

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Follow These Steps To A Fresh Start

When you file for bankruptcy, you will have the opportunity to hand everything over to your attorney and let him handle the rest. Our lawyers are prepared to take the reins from you, but only after you complete these initial steps:

  • The first step: The first step is realizing that you have to take action — that you absolutely must do something different or these problems will never be resolved.
  • The next step: Once you have determined that you need to take action, the next step is to make the decision to sit down to talk with an experienced bankruptcy attorney like our founder, bankruptcy attorney John Robinson, who has helped hundreds of people to get back on their feet and work their way back to a manageable budget.
  • The third step: Collect statements for all bills that you can find. Take a few minutes to make a list of your outstanding debts. You also need to collect some recent pay stubs. Then make a call.

Get The Right Kind Of Help When You Are Ready

When you meet with our lawyers at Robinson Salyers, PLLC, you will walk into a warm, friendly, professional atmosphere where you will learn new information that will help you get your financial life back in order. Schedule an appointment with us by calling our Shelbyville office at 502-220-4439 or Frankfort at 502-257-5417, or by sending an email.

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