While bankruptcy laws may differ from state to state, this site provides value to all Americans as it allows its users to look up laws and information based on the state that they live in.
Raleigh, North Carolina (PRWEB) May 31, 2010
With the current struggling economy in the United States, more Americans are facing debt and considering bankruptcy than ever before. The bankruptcy process can be quite daunting without any guidance, however there is now a website that can offer services and information to help individuals through their most difficult financial times.
Bankruptcylawyer.net is a brand new website that can answer the questions that you may have about bankruptcy. This site has information on many of the common question that individuals face while considering or going through the bankruptcy process including bankruptcy laws, different types of bankruptcy, how to file bankruptcy, possible exemptions and much more. While bankruptcy laws may differ from state to state, this site provides value to all Americans as it allows its users to look up laws and information based on the state that they live in.
From 2008 to 2009 the amount of consumer filings for bankruptcy rose 34% and experts see no end in the near future. In fact, when comparing the numbers from April 2009 to April 2010, there is a 25% increase in filings. Though times are tough, bankruptcylawyer.net can help by providing an evaluation for those considering bankruptcy and helps those ready to file bankruptcy to locate an attorney within their area, and its all free. In order to provide users with the best available option, Bankruptcylawyer.net also encourages attorneys that specialize in this area to contact us with their information (contact, school, etc.) and they will listed be at no charge.
Jon Queen, the creator of bankruptcylawyer.net and CEO of the successful marketing company El Toro Interactive, is working “to build the largest free database of bankruptcy information and attorneys in order to help consumers find their best available option for their bankruptcy needs.”
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