Bankruptcy Balance specializes in consumer bankruptcy and offers in-depth information on Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing. BankruptcyBalance.com, a recently launched bankruptcy service and information portal, has started offering free case evaluations to potential clients online.
Online PR News – 21-October-2010 – – BankruptcyBalance.com, a recently launched bankruptcy service and information portal, has started offering free case evaluations to potential clients online. The move is a bid to better help users understand their situation and make more informed decisions on their bankruptcy filing, without the hassle of setting up and waiting for an appointment with a bankruptcy attorney.
Users simply have to fill in their personal and debt information on an online form, which will be forwarded to one of the Bankruptcy Balance experts. They can get a reply within days or hours, depending on the specifics of the case. Each case will be individually reviewed by a bankruptcy attorney, and replies are provided in clear, concise language that the average user can easily understand.
The free case evaluation is based strictly on the amount of debt stated in the form, so the response may not be as detailed and comprehensive as a consultation with a bankruptcy attorney. However, users also have the option to phone straight from the website, where they can speak to a Bankruptcy Balance representative, explain their case in more detail, and get more specific questions answered.
Bankruptcy Balance specializes in consumer bankruptcy and offers in-depth information on Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing. The site includes various guides on filing under different chapters, the pros and cons of filing for bankruptcy, filing costs, and how to find the best bankruptcy attorney. There are also smaller basic guides to corporate bankruptcy, such as Chapter 11 and Chapter 12.
The number of bankruptcy filings has gone up exponentially as a result of the economic crunch, as consumers find themselves in financial distress with unsustainable debt levels. Many are stuck with high-interest mortgages and credit card debt, and others are simply in unfortunate circumstances such as job loss and illness. Bankruptcy Balance aims to help them find solutions with quality but affordable bankruptcy attorney services.
Besides using the free case evaluation, new users are also encouraged to read the site’s consumer guides on filing bankruptcy to help them make the right decisions. The site also includes guides on bankruptcy law and post-bankruptcy planning, prepared and reviewed by an expert bankruptcy attorney team. A news section also provides weekly updates on bankruptcy laws and policies to keep users ahead of the game.
Bankruptcy Balance also provides resources on bankruptcy alternatives, such as debt settlement and other forms of debt relief. It also goes beyond the usual bankruptcy attorney services by offering information specifically for struggling homeowners. Users can find links to articles on short sale, loan modification, and other alternatives to foreclosure, which should be considered alongside conventional bankruptcy options.