Christopher Todd
Morrison, P.C.

Christopher Todd Morrison, P.C.

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Finding the motivation to file for bankruptcy

For some people, the decision to file for bankruptcy is a simple one and there is little doubt that doing so is in their best interests. Moreover, some people have a relatively straightforward experience and successfully move through the process without significant hurdles. On the other hand, others are unsure if bankruptcy is the right move or they have fears that filing for bankruptcy will shatter their reputation. Moreover, some people experience roadblocks during the bankruptcy process and they struggle to find the time or energy to deal with these legal matters.

It is very helpful for people who are on the fence about bankruptcy to review their options closely. If someone is buried in unmanageable debt that they cannot pay off, it is important to evaluate all options and get rid of these financial hurdles. Moreover, some people simply need to find the motivation to move forward with bankruptcy. For example, those who are already overwhelmed with a demanding work schedule, problems in their family or some other challenge often feel like bankruptcy is too much to take on at this point in their lives. However, waiting for too long often causes additional hardships, such as unnecessary stress and significant interest accumulating on debts.

If you determine that this is the right step forward, you should look for sources of motivation as you approach the bankruptcy process. For example, think about the possible financial perks of bankruptcy and the ways in which bankruptcy will positively change your life (we discuss more on our website). Many people are able to start a new business or at least sleep better at night by eliminating debt.