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Guide to Bankruptcy (Part 1): Is It Time To Loosen That Financial Noose Around Your Neck? Grantian Network

Guide to Bankruptcy (Part 1): Is It Time To Loosen That Financial Noose Around Your Neck?

Grantian Network

Published January 26th 2011
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The credit crunch and economic recession of the mid-2000s has caused extreme havoc for many consumers. Many of us have been unfortunate enough to not be earning as much money as we were a few years ago, or have even been made redundant or lost yourMoreThe credit crunch and economic recession of the mid-2000s has caused extreme havoc for many consumers. Many of us have been unfortunate enough to not be earning as much money as we were a few years ago, or have even been made redundant or lost your job due to employment cuts.However, this will not stop the bills coming in month after month. Unfortunately, these hard times have forced many of us to re-evaluate our current financial circumstances, and perhaps the most worrying thought is that you may one day have to file for bankruptcy.Lets face facts, just the word bankruptcy is enough to send a cold shiver down your spine, but we would hazard a guess this is because many of us have a complete lack of knowledge about this subject...and indeed the potential benefits that filing for bankruptcy may offer you.This is the exact reason why we have produced our amazing 6-part mini-series - A Guide to Bankruptcy. This fantastic resource spans over 6 separate books that will and explain in detail everything you will ever need to know if you are considering filing for a consumer chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy.We have literally left no stone unturned and you will never need any further information about bankruptcy. Our mini-series will guide you through the complete process, and explain both your role and the roles of everyone who will be involved in your bankruptcy filing. If you are thinking that bankruptcy may be the only option open to you please do not take any further action until you have read our Complete Guide to Bankruptcy.