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Will bankruptcy ruin the rest of my life?

Even if you are living in fear of harassing phone calls from debt collectors and know that your bills are out of control, you may still feel reluctant to take life-changing action. It is not uncommon for people in Connecticut to avoid bankruptcy even when it is one of the most appropriate options for dealing with their debt. If you are worried about how bankruptcy will affect your future, you need to understand that you will still have plenty of financial options.

Bankruptcy: Zombie debt could get worse soon

Paying off debt can take time and effort, but it is often a great relief when it is all said and done. Most people in Connecticut rightly expect for old, paid-off debts to stay in the past where they belong. Unfortunately, so-called zombie debt is a problem that affects many people, harming their financial security. When plagued by zombie debt, some find that filing for personal bankruptcy is helpful.

Bankruptcy: Incomes stagnate as spending rises

The last few months of the year are filled with celebrations and holidays, many of which seem to fall one right after the other. From purchasing new home decor to buying gifts, Connecticut consumers usually end up spending a significant amount of money during this time of year. However, with income remaining fairly stagnant and consumer spending going up, some people might inadvertently find themselves in financially-strained situations. For these individuals, bankruptcy could be helpful.

Can bankruptcy help with overdue medical debt?

Seeking medical care when sick or attending regular appointments for health care prevention is important for the health and vitality of people living in Connecticut. Unfortunately, some people choose to forgo getting necessary medical attention because they are scared of what comes after -- bills. This fear is far from unfounded. Medical debt is a growing problem, although one that can be addressed through bankruptcy.

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