3 Ways to avoid bankruptcy

With the serious consequences that accompany bankruptcy, including property loss and the impact that it might have on your credit score, the professionals at Roemerman Law believe that it needs to be treated with the seriousness that it deserves. The following are the three ways of helping you to avoid bankruptcy:

Expenses to be slashed

Your main goal is dedicating a lot of money that you get monthly into paying down the debt. With that, it means that you have to dramatically cut back on the expenses dramatically and make serious sacrifices.

Eliminate all the discretionary spending instantly. Things such as dinners out, movies, unnecessary buying clothing, haircuts that are expensive need to be removed completely. After you have done that, you should try and reduce utility and food costs. To downsize to a cheaper car or smaller house might be a good option, which will provide our credit with a good score that will help an approval for a lease or financing.

For help with trimming your budget and prioritizing, you can get it from credit counselors who are certified at most non-profit agencies. The services are low cost ranging between $25 to 50$ and you can get them for free as well if you don’t have money to pay for them.

Negotiating with creditors

There is a need to contact your creditors immediately you get to realize that you are not able to meet your obligations for monthly payment. Though there isn’t a guarantee, there are certain creditors who might agree on reducing their interest rates, changing the terms of payment, or reducing the fees.

To have some money tends to be better than not having any money at all to the companies for credit cards. Credit card companies are known to be very much willing in negotiations. It can make a difference between having to file for bankruptcy and to be able to avoid it completely. If you decide to agree with your creditor, you need to ensure that you stick to it. The majority of them aren’t willing to do two negotiations.


One of the main mistakes which most people tend to make is to avoid prioritizing the way the debts are to be paid off. You don’t have to approach your debt payment randomly. You should have a plan and ensure that you stick to it to the end.