Filing Bankruptcy After Your Conviction…

Many who are accused of white collar crimes face extreme financial hardships. The cost of defending their case can be overwhelming. Furthermore, a conviction, no matter how lenient the sentence, can often mean that you are no longer employable in your current career field.

This is why certain defendants find themselves in need of immediate debt relief, facing foreclosure, and considering Chapter 7 Bankruptcy (or Chapter 11 in the case of business owners). There are certain bankruptcy lawyers who can help you with foreclosure defense, Chapter 7, 13, or 11 if you are facing financial hardships due to lawyer fees, or the loss of an income stream as a result of recent legal issues.

If this describes your situation, then we invite you to listen to Mr. Zooberg’s quick talk on bankruptcy and this may help you decide if it’s the right course of action for you and your family.