What to Do When Your Dakota County Salary Doesn’t Pay the Bills

You wonder how other people do it and seem do it so effortlessly. How do they work the same job as you do and seem to have not a care in the world when it comes to their personal finances? There are many different reasons why the same salary is enough for one family but not enough for another, and those reasons are beyond the scope of this article, because they simply don’t matter.

Instead, what matters is figuring out how to get your life back on track when your hard work doesn’t pay the bills.

Our Dakota County Bankruptcy Lawyers Want You to Know That You Have Options

Our Dakota County personal bankruptcy attorneys provide individualized advice to each of our clients. We keep in mind your future goals, current income, and outstanding debt to help you make the decision that is best for you and your family. Some (but not all) of our clients who are struggling benefit from filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Generally, our clients who benefit from Chapter 7 bankruptcies in Minnesota are people who:

  • Qualify for Chapter 7.
  • Have reviewed the list of exemptions and who understand the property that may be sold.
  • Have considered other options, who are educated about the bankruptcy process, and who are comfortable with their decisions.

While Chapter 7 is not appropriate for everyone, you will not know if it is appropriate for you until you have researched your rights.

Contact a Dakota County Bankruptcy Attorney Today for More Information

An experienced Dakota County Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyer can help you understand if bankruptcy is the right choice for you. Please contact an experienced attorney today at MN (952) 920-1001 or AZ (480) 207-2203.

Our book, What You Need to Know About Filing Bankruptcy in Minnesota, is also a good place to start your research. The book is available as a FREE download on our website.