Even if you have a good health insurance policy, a serious medical problem can still rack up large amounts of medical bills. As the months and treatments go by, it can become very difficult, even impossible, for you to keep up. If you are struggling with medical debt, you may be able to benefit by filing for bankruptcy.
If you are looking to hit the RESET button on your finances and put your medical debt behind you, The Slomka Law Firm, P.C. can help. We have extensive bankruptcy experience and are dedicated to providing individuals and families throughout Georgia with honest legal advice and quality personal service.
After beating a devastating illness, you shouldn’t have to fight outrageous medical debt. To find out how filing for bankruptcy can help you regain control over your finances, call us at (678) 732-0001 today for a free initial consultation with an attorney. We have offices in Marietta and Midtown Atlanta for your convenience.
Medical debt, like credit card debt, is unsecured debt that can be easily wiped away by filing forChapter 7 bankruptcy. However, if filing under Chapter 7 is not in your best interests, you can also include your medical debt in a Chapter 13 debt consolidation which allows you to pay some or all of your balance over time with no interest or penalties. Whatever is not paid off is discharged forever. This is what we mean by hitting the RESET button.
Whether Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 is right for you, either form of bankruptcy will protect you from creditor harassment, repossession and wage garnishments. To discuss your bankruptcy options with an experienced consumer bankruptcy lawyer, contact us today for a free initial consultation.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.