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5 Benefits of Filing for Bankruptcy from Home

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Filing for bankruptcy from home is one of the best ways to get your financial life back on track. This is especially important right now when so many people are struggling to keep up with their bills and limited by COVID-19 restrictions. But even under normal circumstances, filling from home is a great opportunity to deal with the burden of debt.

Filing from home offers a variety of benefits. For example, filing for bankruptcy from home is…

1. Safe

At-home bankruptcy filing means you don’t need to go anywhere or expose yourself to anything outside the walls of your own house. At a time when we’re all trying to avoid interacting with people who might be sick, this is an especially safe option.

But it’s also safe to complete your bankruptcy at home from an electronic point of view. If done correctly, filing for bankruptcy from home exposes you to fewer risks and helps you move forward with restoring your financial well-being.

2. Convenient

There are few things as convenient as staying at home and getting things accomplished. Filing for bankruptcy is easier than ever because you don’t even need to go outside to take care of filing. Everything is done over the phone or via remote online chat.

3. A Great Way to Alleviate a Lot of the Anxiety Associated with Filing

It’s no secret that filing for bankruptcy is stressful. Even when it doesn’t need to be, people are intimidated by the idea of meeting with an attorney, attending the 341 Meeting of Creditors, and dealing with the court system.

Filing from home alleviates a lot of this stress. All of these things still happen, but they occur remotely. You’ll use your computer and your telephone to conduct meetings and discuss your case, so you never need to feel intimidated about a face-to-face meeting.

To learn more about the emotional toll filing for bankruptcy conventionally takes on a person, check out this article from US News and World Report.

4. Easy for Everyone

At-home filing is more popular than ever before due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But its benefits are wider spread than just our current times. Being able to handle your bankruptcy case without leaving your house allows people who were homebound long before the virus outbreak to file.

In the past, those filing from home dealt with a little-used process that often hit quite a few snags. Bankruptcy courts, attorneys, and trustees didn’t conduct remote meetings on a regular basis, so they tended to be awkward and create additional stress. Now that bankruptcy at home has gone mainstream, it’s easier than ever for everyone to file for bankruptcy.

5. Filing from Home is an Opportunity to Begin Rebuilding Your Credit Right Now

There are a lot of things on hold right now because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Restoring your financial well-being doesn’t need to be one of those things. You don’t need to wait until everything is moving again to take action and deal with your debt. Now is the time to begin rebuilding your credit by filing for bankruptcy from home.

For more information or to get the filing from home process started, contact the Law Office of Robert M. Geller at 813-254-5696 to learn more.

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