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What if I Do Nothing?

What if I Do Nothing? | Marion County Bankruptcy Attorney

Should I File for Bankruptcy?

Chances are, you have come to our website to help you decide if you should file for bankruptcy. In reality, you are the best one to answer that question, but the fact that you are considering filing for bankruptcy shows you should consult with a bankruptcy lawyer who can help you fully understand your financial situation and how to get back on solid ground in good financial standing.

At the Indianapolis law firm of Redman Ludwig, P.C., we understand that no two people and no two businesses have the exact same financial problems or financial goals. In our personal and business bankruptcy services, we take the time to fully evaluate your situation, inform you of the process and help you decide on the best form of debt relief for your unique circumstances. A generic form and a credit counseling course is not going to help you make your most informed decision. It pays to consult with an experienced bankruptcy attorney who can protect your rights and help you plan for your fresh financial start following bankruptcy.

If You Do Nothing...

You may be facing some of these consequences already, and debt continues to mount. Eventually, it will become more and more difficult to even make minimum payments on bills. Eventually, utility companies could shut off your electricity, your water, your phone and your Internet.

Our team of attorneys has been assisting individuals, families and business owners throughout central Indiana for more than 30 years. We have more than 60 years of collective experience, and we can provide you with the tools, resources and advice to help you resolve your financial problems.

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We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.