The Emotional Burden of Debt

The overwhelming stress that is created when you are faced with high levels of debt can put a strain not only on your family budget and personal finances.  This type of stress can also have a significant effect on your performance at work, and on your private relationships with friends and family.  And when those types of relationships begin to suffer, it is not uncommon for arguments over money and expenses to occur with frequency.  But a St. Louis bankruptcy can put an end to all of that stress.

This emotional burden is only worsened when you are also getting endless calls from rude creditors, or if you have received a summons for a court hearing, or your wages are being garnished.  But the good news is that having to endure this set of circumstances is unnecessary.  The filing of a St. Louis Chapter 7 or a St. Louis Chapter 13 will eliminate (or greatly reduce) the unsecured debt that you are currently dealing with (like credit cards, medical bills, payday loans, etc).  Once the petition for relief is filed with the bankruptcy court, and the full realization that all of the debt you had been trying to juggle is now gone, your stress level will reduce greatly.  In fact, most of our clients have noticed an improvement in their mental health even after the initial consultation. 

So while the heavy burden you are facing right now may seem insurmountable, please know that relief can be had in a fairly short period of time.  At The Law Office of Jennifer Alter-Rieken, our St. Louis bankruptcy attorneys are uniquely experienced in handling even the most complicated cases.  Our staff will help set you on a path towards reaching your financial goals, and get you the fresh start / clean slate that you deserve.

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