In the wake of COVID-19, it would be nice to think that debtors will be more understanding of those who have fallen behind on their payments. Sadly, this is not proving to be the case.
While states are beginning to open back up, many people are still out of work or operating under reduced hours. As they scramble to pay daily bills such as rent and food, it’s likely that individuals will turn toward their credit cards, putting them even deeper in debt.
Suffering from debt and trying to figure out what to do? Looking for a debt relief program? Find out answers to these questions and more in this conversation with attorney Brad Sadek.
By pursuing a mortgage modification, you can see your monthly payments drop quickly to a more manageable amount.
With many people already behind on their mortgage payments, the surprise hit from COVID-19 left many struggling to meet their financial obligations.
There is now a large percentage of Americans at risk of financial instability.
If we see a return of the pandemic, it is highly likely that thousands of homeowners will lose their homes in the wake of the second wave. Rather than giving up or doing nothing, now is the time for you to take action!
If your home is about to end up in a sheriff sale, you still have time to take action!
While bankruptcy tends to be a consumer’s last thought as an answer to their debt problems, some studies are now showing that debt relief programs may actually be the saving grace of our nation’s economy.
During the current pandemic, people across the United States are struggling daily to deal with their ever-mounting bills. There is help you can seek now.