Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Consider Filing Bankruptcy by Karen Maxcy

Table of Contents

I miss David Letterman.  Did you catch his awesome last episode two months ago?  I did. So in honor of David Letterman, I have my own tongue-in-cheek Top Ten List here.  Keeping it light for this post… it really is NOT the end of world.

Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Consider Filing Bankruptcy

Number 10:
The phone will stop ringing non-stop from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday to Friday.
Number 9:
You can tell the collector ten different times how you’re out of work because of cancer and the come back is always the same: when can you pay, how much can you pay?
Number 8:
Your children miss you; you can quit that third part time job.
Number 7:
After you quit that third part time job, you’ll actually have to spend time with your loved ones.
Number 6:
You’ll actually have money for groceries, and not just for ramen noodles and PBJ sandwiches. (Although I love both!)
Number 5:
You will not miss robbing Peter to pay Paul.
Number 4:
You can save money for retirement.
Number 3:
You can save money for your kids’ or grandkids’ college educations.
Number 2:
Save your house or car from foreclosure or repossession.
And Number 1… drum roll:
The big banks and credit card issuers do not need your help making record profits next quarter.
Ladies and Gentleman, make an appointment for your free consultation.  I am most frequently at the office on North Oak Trafficway and Barry Road in the Northland.  See you soon.
Author picture
Author picture

Jeffrey L. Wagoner


Bankruptcy Eligibility Tool

Are you 1 or more payments behind on any of these debts?(Required)

Your privacy is important to us. WM Law will protect your name and confidential information against disclosure, publication or unauthorized use. By clicking “Submit” you agree that WM Law may contact you (including autodials, pre-recorded calls, and texts) about your interest in finding an attorney. Consent is not a condition of the services. Our receipt of the information on this web site is not intended to create, and receipt does not constitute, a contract for representation by WM Law.