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UTAH BANKRUPTCY LAWYERS
Our Utah bankruptcy lawyers understand what you are going through when you’re dealing with financial distress. Few things in life are as stressful as harassing phone calls from creditors, wage garnishment, repossession, or foreclosure. You’re probably causing yourself emotional discomfort by constantly thinking about which of your payments you can afford to pay? You’re probably stressing out about the stigma of potential wage garnishments. This is not uncommon, and you need to know that you are not alone in your situation, and you won’t be alone with the help of our Utah & Idaho bankruptcy lawyers.
Each year close to 1,000,000 people file bankruptcy. According to the American Bankruptcy Institute, 910,090 people filed for bankruptcy in the calendar year of 2014. The majority of these people are hardworking people who would pay all of their bills if they were able. Divorce, natural disaster, the sudden loss of a job, or unexpected medical bills can quickly wipe-out a life’s savings. Please contact us today, so we can help put a stop to creditor harassment and to help you get debt relief. If you have any questions about how you can get out of debt and regain control of your life, contact us by Phone at (801) 432-8682 or email us.
We serve all of Utah.
CONTACT US TODAY AND TELL US ABOUT YOUR DEBT PROBLEMS. WE CAN HELP.
…we have some of the most experienced and knowledgeable Utah bankruptcy attorneys
Ascent Law has a team of some of the most experienced and knowledgeable Utah bankruptcy lawyers. We have helped thousands of good hard-working people get financial relief.
We make filing bankruptcy easy with low upfront payment options. We are dedicated to represent your best interest.
The following are some warning signs that you may need professional help to get your finances back on track
- Using Your Credit Cards to Pay Bills
- borrowing from your retirement account
- Borrowing from family and friends
- past due on credit cards, vehicles, home, and/or rent
- Received a foreclosure notice
- Denied for new lines of credit
- Overwhelmed with debt
- Harassing phone calls from creditors