Folks who turned to the sky Saturday evening looking for Harold Camping’s Rapture prediction to come true were prepared to travel light. A number of them had no jobs and no belongings: They were ready to be swept up into Heaven. Trouble is, Camping’s prediction was a bust, and his loyal followers who gave up everything were left with more than spiritual anguish — they were left with no financial footing.
Some may have spent heedlessly, thinking that all their unpaid bills would disappear once they were carried to Heaven. Today, those people may find themselves in debt hell. For them, debt restructuring may be the beginning the answer. Consumers Union, publisher of Consumer Reports, posted a blog earlier this week with advice culled from a coalition of Consumer Action, Consumers Union, Consumer Federation of America and the National Consumer Law Center on restructuring debt.
If restructuring debt isn’t going to do it, consider filing for Chapter 7 personal bankruptcy — an option providing you haven’t done so in the past eight years. Neil Sader and The Sader Law Firm have more than 30 years of combined experience in Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases and can help provide Kansas and Missouri homeowners with real financial freedom (even if your best plan at this point has been to wait it out and hope for the Rapture). Contact Neil Sader today for a free consultation at (816) 561 1818 to learn more about the options available to you.