If, like many Fort Lauderdale residents, you have more debt than you can manage on your own, you might consider filing for bankruptcy. However, it is important for you to know that not all kinds of debt can be discharged through a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Understanding the basics of how bankruptcy works may help you be prepared for what you still may be obligated to repay.
Nearly 50 percent of marriages in America end in divorce, but not everyone who seeks to leave their spouse has the cash for a lengthy trial featuring a team of highly paid attorneys.
You might find it fun and relaxing to unwind with the latest candy-crushing or zombie-killing app on your phone or tablet. For most people, playing games online is a harmless way to pass a little time. However, for some Fort Lauderdale residents, an innocent game can turn into an addiction that drains their bank accounts and results in unforeseen debt.
As previous posts in this blog have explained, medical debt is a serious concern for people in Fort Lauderdale, as well as the rest of the country. Having medical insurance is not necessarily the security blanket it might have been a few years ago. If you are one of the many people in the country without any health insurance, you may be even more worried. At The Law Offices of George Castrataro, P.A., we understand the stress you may feel if you are dealing with overwhelming medical debt, as well as debt of any kind.