• How to Tell If You Are Bankrupt

    Bankruptcy cases in the United States are fewer than they were during the financial crisis in 2008. Statistics show that in 2014, the U. S. Court System Administration Office registered 936,795 cases. Compare that to the 772,646 cases in 2019, and you can see that fewer individuals and businesses are declaring themselves insolvent.

    However, when your best-laid plans don’t pan out, and you end up being unable to meet your debts, then filing for insolvency becomes a necessary option. But how do you know when you should declare yourself insolvent? Here are three signs that it may be time to look for a low cost bankruptcy attorney to remedy your situation.

    1. Creditors Are After You

    When your creditors keep demanding that you pay your debt, but you don’t hono Continue Reading