Use Your Tax Refund Wisely!

It’s that time a year again when people start receiving their tax refunds. It’s also that time of year where debt collectors start harassing people who are having a hard time paying their bills.
Don’t waste your tax refund if you’re struggling with debt. If your tax refund is not enough to pay off your debt this year, then you need to find another solution.
Unfortunately, some people will take their tax refund and pay off one or two debts.
However, they still have more debts and the tax refund only provided a partial solution. Instead of wasting your tax refund, you should consider filing bankruptcy.
You can use your tax refund to pay for a Utah bankruptcy attorney who will solve your entire debt problem, instead of one or two debts. Most people’s tax refund is enough to pay the entire fees for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy as well as a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

Make it a great new year by using your tax refund wisely to resolve your debt problem once and for all. In Utah Call the Law Office of Douglas Barrett, LLC at 801-221-9911.

DO I NEED AN ATTORNEY TO FILE BANKRUPTCY IN UTAH?

In Utah corporations and partnerships must have an attorney to file a bankruptcy case. Individuals, however, may represent themselves in bankruptcy court. However, it is very important that a bankruptcy case be filed and handled correctly.  In Utah contact The Law Office of Douglas Barrett LLC for a FREE Bankruptcy consultation.

IS THE BANKRUPTCY COURT A STATE OR FEDERAL COURT?

The U.S. Bankruptcy Court is part of the federal judiciary. Each of the 94 federal judicial districts handles bankruptcy matters, and in almost all districts, bankruptcy cases are filed in the bankruptcy court.  Bankruptcy cases cannot be filed in state court.
For more Utah bankruptcy information visit www.dlblaw.com .