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How does someone know if Bankruptcy is the right decision?

When a person falls behind in paying off debts and it appears that he or she will not be able to make payments as they come due, it may be better for that person to take action rather than let his or her financial situation deteriorate. Sometimes banks and other creditor take unfair advantage of those trying to overcome financial adversity, using predatory fee and interest rates, and sometimes even violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, to put the squeeze on people. What actions are taken may be beneficial to your future opportunities.

Since each person and their circumstances are different, Rita Boyd recommends an initial consultation to discuss your specific situations, go through the interview process and answer any questions you may have before moving forward. For many people, the final decision made to deal with financial problems is to declare bankruptcy. Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding, in federal court, that allows a person to be released from the obligation of paying some or all of his or her debts, or pursuing other legal actions to force creditors to comply with the law, deal with you fairly, and protect your rights as a debtor. Rita Boyd can certainly help you make sense of the process, evaluate your situation and help you make the best decision to suit your particular circumstances.

Bankruptcy law also involves many different areas like pursuing Fair Debt Collection Practices Act violations, petitions, schedules, stays, creditors meetings and claims. Contact Rita to see if she can help. If she cannot help, she can certainly refer you to another attorney who can. Rita Boyd has extensive contacts all over the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex and surrounding areas.

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Rita M. Boyd, Attorney
Law Office of Rita M. Boyd, P.C.
5057 Keller Springs Road
Suite 300
Addison TX 75001
Phone: 972-380-8000
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