|About the Book|
Creditors’ calls ring off the hook? Mailbox’s filing up every day with collection letters? You don’t know if you have enough money to pay everyone.Bankruptcy may help but should you file for bankruptcy in Wisconsin? Do you know how bankruptcy canMoreCreditors’ calls ring off the hook? Mailbox’s filing up every day with collection letters? You don’t know if you have enough money to pay everyone.Bankruptcy may help but should you file for bankruptcy in Wisconsin? Do you know how bankruptcy can help you? Do you know what problems it could possibly bring?Bankruptcy in Wisconsin: What it is, What to Do, and How to Decide is a short and simple guide to answer your most pressing questions about bankruptcy in Wisconsin so you can evaluate whether bankruptcy is the answer to your situation.This guide also answers the practical and essential questions that everyone wants to know but so many as afraid to ask. Questions like: Where do I file for bankruptcy? Will I lose all my property? How much does it cost? Do I need a lawyer? Will I have to go to Court? Who’s going to know I filed?Reading Bankruptcy in Wisconsin: What it is, What to Do, and How to Decide will not only save you hours and hours of stress and agony wondering about what happens when you file for bankruptcy in Wisconsin but it will also help you decide whether filing for bankruptcy is right for you.Filing for bankruptcy when taxes or student loans are your biggest problem can be a big mistake that could cost you hundreds or thousands of dollars and will not help your situation. On the other hand, filing for bankruptcy could be the best thing for you if your medical bills become unmanageable.Bankruptcy in Wisconsin: What it is, What to Do, and How to Decide, part of the What is Bankruptcy Series, gives you what you need to know about what bankruptcy is, how to file for bankruptcy, and how to decide whether filing for bankruptcy in Wisconsin will improve you financial situation, or eventually only make things worse.Written by, Ted Connolly, a respected asset protection and bankruptcy attorney who often appears as a source in national magazines, newspapers and on television. He also co-authored the highly acclaimed Road Out of Debt: Bankruptcy and Other Solutions to Your Financial Problems, with Joan N. Feeney, a bankruptcy judge on the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Massachusetts.