Can I File for Bankruptcy More Than Once?
While in an ideal world, filing for bankruptcy would completely clear up all problems with debt and secure a healthy financial future that is not always the case. Unfortunately, sometimes one bankruptcy is not enough, and needs to be used as a tool for debt relief down the line. It is important to know what your rights are regarding your right to file for bankruptcy more than once.
From our law office in Nashville, Tennessee, the attorneys at Rothschild & Ausbrooks, PLLC, have been helping individuals for more than three decades. Our clients are often overwhelmed with debts as the result of a job loss, medical bills and other unfortunate events, as well as bad decisions and overspending in some cases.
Whatever has brought you to consider bankruptcy, we can help. We will provide you with guidance about filing for bankruptcy, or if you already have filed, when you may be eligible to file again.
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Bankruptcy is often described as a second chance for people who are in debt. Sometimes, however, one second chance is not enough. Some chances work out and lead exactly where they should. Others end up the other direction. Part of what makes America great, however, is that ordinary people are willing to take those chances.
When things do not go as planned, the state of Tennessee and the United States provide the right to file for bankruptcy, even if the person has filed in the past. This is not an easy way out, but is a path to regaining one’s financial footing.
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Please contact Rothschild & Ausbrooks, PLLC, today to learn more about filing for bankruptcy in Nashville.