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Seymour’s 25 Best Reasons to File for Bankruptcy

Posted by Seymour Wasserstrum | Jan 08, 2018 | 0 Comments

You can enjoy these great benefits of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, if you qualify. Obviously, your outcome will vary based on your unique personal and financial circumstances.

  1. Stop Mortgage Foreclosure and Save your home
  2. Substantially reduce your monthly mortgage payment
  3. Immediately Stop a Sheriff Sale
  4. Become Completely Debt Free in Four Months
  5. Reestablish Your Credit Quickly
  6. Eliminate all of your credit card debt.
  7. Eliminate all medical bills.
  8. Wipe out all utility bills.
  9. Get your electric or gas turned back on.
  10. Wipe out many old income taxes.
  11. Wipe out pay day loans.
  12. Wipe out Motor Vehicle Surcharges and get your license back.
  13. Wipe out fees you owe to your lawyer.
  14. Keep everything you own including your home and your retirement money.
  15. Stop Wage Garnishments.
  16. Release money on frozen bank accounts.
  17. Stop your landlord from evicting you.
  18. Stop the Re-Po man/woman.
  19. Substantially reduce your monthly car payments.
  20. Wipe out second mortgages.
  21. Reduce mortgage pay offs on rental or investment properties.
  22. Forgiveness of debt is based on the Bible.
  23. Bankruptcy is your constitutional right.
  24. About two million people file for bankruptcy every year.
  25. It worked for Donald Trump and it can work for you.

About the Author

Seymour Wasserstrum

A Personal Look at Attorney Seymour Wasserstrum and the History of his Firm I was born in Augsburg, Germany on June 25, 1948, the only child of Sam and Clara Wasserstrum, who lost virtually their entire families in the Holocaust. My parents came to the United States with me, as immigrants, by sh...


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