Is Fear Keeping You from the Financial Help You Need?

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One of the biggest hurdles for many of our clients is fear. This emotion can be a gigantic stumbling block when it comes to getting assistance in many situations because asking for help is hard. You may think that asking for help means you’ve failed at something, but that line of thinking will only magnify and worsen the problem at hand.

The reason you have trouble asking for the help you need is because we live in a ‘self-help’ society where, for many people, seeking assistance suggests a deficiency of some sort.

Regarding personal finances – it’s completely understandable that many of our clients come to us at the last minute. The hard truth about the extent of your money problems can be really difficult to come to terms with. Feeling out of control and unsure how to fix things, it probably has felt easier not to think about money at all.

When you’ve waited until the eleventh hour to reach out for help, you’re much more likely to be acting in panic-mode, which will cloud your thinking. It can also impair your ability to communicate your needs effectively, making everything that much more confusing for everyone.

Veitengruber Law advises anyone struggling with any of the following to stomp out FEAR and ask for help as early as possible:

  • paying your monthly living expenses
  • outstanding credit card debt
  • imminent foreclosure
  • looming sheriff’s sale
  • job loss (which will quickly lead to financial strain)
  • divorce as a displaced homemaker or stay-at-home-mom
  • overwhelming medical debt
  • identity theft that led to a financial crisis
  • deficiency judgement after short sale or foreclosure
  • any other personal or business financial burden

The earlier you come to us, the better we will be able to help you sort out whatever money situation you’ve found yourself in. We want everyone who needs us to have no fear about consulting with us. In fact, you should be proud of yourself for reaching out to a bankruptcy attorney who has the experience needed to turn your situation around.

With all of that being said – if you have let fear hold you back and you’ve come to the sudden realization that you’re about to be in real, serious trouble, we’re still here with open arms, ready and willing to go to battle for you.

Did you bury your head in the sand as the foreclosure sale date on your home passed? Does it feel like there can’t possibly be any way to save your home from sheriff’s sale?

Even when it feels hopeless, push your fear aside and call us. We’ll have an entire team working to save your property or solve whatever financial puzzle you challenge us with. Last minute solutions aren’t ideal, but when you work with us, they are possible.

We can help you file for NJ bankruptcy, which will automatically postpone a foreclosure, even if the Sheriff’s Sale is tomorrow! We’ll go over your financial details to determine the best plan of attack. No matter what money emergency you’re facing, Veitengruber Law is the team you want on your side. We prioritize legal emergencies. You will not be ignored, pushed to the bottom of the schedule, or left to play phone tag with our voice mailbox.

If you need help saving your home, getting out of debt, filing for bankruptcy, applying for a loan modification, or arranging the sale of your home via short sale – message us today or call us now (732-852-7295) to get the kind of assistance that gets results.

 

Image credit: David Goehring
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