No one wants to seek help with finances unless it is really needed. Nobody wants to make one's economic situation worse than it already is. Some people in Tennessee and elsewhere seem to think that bankruptcy is the worst thing they can do for themselves when they are already struggling financially, but the truth is it can help. Utilizing this form of debt relief has been a positive experience for many consumers struggling with their finances.
Recently, a Tennessee mom may have saved the life of her infant son when he was the passenger in a car involved in a head-on collision. However, the mom was not the one driving. In fact, she was miles away from the accident. This amazing feat of protecting her son while far away from him occurred because of her diligence of his safety while riding in a car seat.
Car accidents occur all too often on Tennessee roadways. When they do, victims and/or their family members are left hurting in a number of ways. If negligence contributes to motor vehicle accidents, victims may be entitled to seek compensation for their losses.
Tennessee residents who find themselves is a bad economic way may wonder what debt relief options are open to them. Truthfully, there are several ways to attack financial struggles. For some individuals, bankruptcy may be the best fit. There are two types of personal bankruptcy: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. This week's column will address the basics of Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
The family and friends of a teenage girl are mourning her loss after she died in a recent wreck. According to a video accompanying the news report, the incident occurred Sunday, Aug. 1, in the Memphis area. The driver responsible for the accident is said to have been driving while impaired. Sadly, motor vehicle accidents involving drunk or otherwise impaired drivers happen all too often in Tennessee.
Tennessee residents who are struggling financially have likely dealt with their fair share of issues with creditors. At the end of the day, creditors do not care about the consumer; rather, they care about getting paid. For some individuals, bankruptcy can help resolve their money and creditor problems.