Abe Lincoln, Henry Ford, Donald Trump… all received help through bankruptcy

Successful people who have used bankruptcy protection

This article highlights some very successful people from history who have used bankruptcy laws to help themselves, or their companies, receive a fresh start. Bankruptcy may be the right choice for you. Call today for a free consultation.

About Jason

My name is Jason Richards, and I am an attorney in Northern Utah. I run my own practice and have offices in Ogden and North Salt Lake. I grew up in Ogden and attended local public schools. I graduated from the University of Utah Law School with a juris doctorate degree. My practice primarily centralizes on bankruptcy and debt collection. I also specialize in criminal defense and other areas of civil litigation. I represent clients who are suffering from crushing debt that seems hopeless. I have helped many people file for relief under Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. I have also helped dozens of clients renegotiate their debt and defend them in debt collection actions with ruthless creditors. If not dealt with promptly and aggressively, creditors will achieve their goal to collect. Bankruptcy is certainly not the solution for everyone. Everybody's situation is different. The best way for you to determine if it is right for you is by consulting with a local bankruptcy attorney. Bankruptcy has helped millions of Americans receive a fresh start and financial independence.
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3 Responses to Abe Lincoln, Henry Ford, Donald Trump… all received help through bankruptcy

  1. Irene says:

    I have lots of credit card debt from starting a company and having to sell it in one year because of family obligations. Saw a bankruptcy attorney, but the options do not appear to work for me as there is no way I could ever pay off these debts. I know it is very immoral, but what will really happen if I simply stop paying on them? I know I will be inundated with phone calls and lose my good credit standing, but can they attach my bank account or any other asset?. I have been looking at this site for details http://www.bankruptcyservices.co.uk but it can not answer all my questions

    • Jason says:

      The very best way to get answers to your questions is to meet with an experienced bankruptcy attorney in the state in which you live. Most attorneys offer a free consultation and can give you a much better idea of your options. You are more than welcome to call me as well (801) 781-2026 anytime to discuss your options.

  2. Alex Standt says:

    Bankruptcy unfortunately is not for everyone, but for the people that it can help it is a great way to regain ones financial footing. Always enlist the help of a trusted and experienced bankruptcy attorney first and then go from there, as this would be considered a great step in the right direction. Attorneys are a vital and key component when it comes to this sort of thing and if they determine that this should be your best option, they will surely help you to get the slate wiped clean. Here is some other related info I found interesting: http://yourcredit.co.nf/?page_id=117

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