Payday Loans & Bank Fees
Indianapolis Bankruptcy Debt Help Lawyers
Marion County Bank Overdraft Fees Attorneys
Are Payday Loans and Bank Overdraft Charges Warning Signs?
If using credit cards to pay gas and electric bills is "robbing Peter to pay Paul," then payday loans might be seen as "borrowing money from Peter to pay Peter."
In our three decades of experience as bankruptcy attorneys in Indianapolis, we can say the following with absolute certainty: Payday loans and frequent bank overdraft fees are red-flag warning signs of major financial crisis. For any individual or family in this difficult position, we at Redman Ludwig, P.C. , urge you to seek financial counseling from a reputable source as soon as possible. You have other options than continuing to get payday loans off future paychecks and fighting the individual bank overdraft fees.
Your gut reaction may be that filing bankruptcy is worse than trying to fight your way out of financial crisis. When you learn all the facts, however, you may decide that a bankruptcy filing is your best ally during difficult financial times.
No Bankruptcy Filing
Take Control of Your Debt — Call 866-660-6928 for Practical, Accurate Advice
Payday loans and overdraft bank fees are an excellent sign that you should no longer ignore financial troubles. The sooner you take action, with help from a skillful bankruptcy lawyer, the sooner you can get a fresh start on a foundation of financial stability.
To make an appointment with a Redman Ludwig bankruptcy attorney, call our Indianapolis law offices directly at 317-800-6181 or 866-660-6928 or reach us online by completing the brief form located on the contact us page of this Web site. We offer reasonable payment plans and will deduct initial consultation costs from your fee should you decide to retain us.
Call to Schedule a Free Telephone Consultation With an Attorney