Close this search box.
Law Office of Mark McMullin Logo
Edit Content

Bankruptcy Can Be a Fresh Start

Please Share On Social Media:

The first time I was asked to assist with a bankruptcy case, my initial reaction was, “OK, I’ll take one for the team, but this isn’t something I want to do.”

That first case completely changed my perspective. It was a mom and dad who had 2 young kids. In the past the dad had a very good job as a truck driver hauling hazardous materials. The previous year, he lost that contract and his earnings dropped by over 60%. That same year, his wife was injured and required a number of medical procedures. In the space of a few months, they went from being a stable family of four living within their means, to being in debt, behind on payments, and with medical collection agencies calling them constantly for unpaid medical bills. And if this family could have paid those bills, they would have. The money simply wasn’t there.

We were able to use the bankruptcy laws to help this family get a fresh start. They were able to erase roughly $50,000 of debt. This allowed them a FRESH START.  Once again, they were able to save for their kids college and think of a positive future.

And they loved me and were very grateful to me for helping them get that Fresh Start. But the truth it, all I did is walk them through the process of applying the bankruptcy laws on their behalf. Yet, they were SO GRATEFUL.

That has been a common theme among many of my bankruptcy clients. They never wanted to be behind on bills, fear having their wages garnished, or switch phone numbers just to avoid harassing collection phone calls. And we are able to STOP that… and help them START FRESH.

If you are in need of IMMEDIATE DEBT RELIEF, we may be able to help you get that FRESH START.

Assured Protection

Book an Initial Call

When you are ready to schedule a consultation, please call or complete the Book a Complimentary Consultation form and we will give you a call to schedule.

FREE Medicaid Planning Blog Digest

Available topics include medicaid planning, long-term care planning and estate planning.
We NEVER share your personal information with any third parties.