COVID has hit us all hard. Suffering from debt and trying to figure out what to do? Looking for answers about family law during the pandemic? Find out answers to these questions and more in this conversation with Philadelphia attorney Brad Sadek.
For many individuals, filing for bankruptcy has been the only hope they have for regaining their financial footing and keeping their homes. For those who have filed or are going to fill for bankruptcy, questions about the way that COVID-19 stimulus checks may affect the process weigh heavily on their minds.
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.
What are your financial options and will creditors take your stimulus check? Find out answers to these questions and more in this conversation with attorney Brad Sadek.
Have any questions about your stimulus, creditors, or your financial options in these uncertain times? Watch (or read) the following conversation with attorney Brad Sadek as he answers all of the above.
You may be thinking, is the middle of a pandemic really the best time to consider taking such a big step? Yes! If you are facing financial struggles the answer is most definitely sooner rather than later.
If you are feeling overwhelmed by bills and financial responsibilities during this stressful time, you may have options that you are not considering.
COVID-19 is an unprecedented situation and the resulting financial uncertainty is a stressful and troubling position to be in. Thankfully, there are many bankruptcy options available for those that are struggling.
Some of the most famous and well-known actors, business people and socialites have filed for bankruptcy.