Albuquerque chapter 7 bankruptcy is a possibility for anyone and with how the current conditions are, it may be a great option while we are waiting for things in this economy to turn around.
Albuquerque, NM (PRWEB) February 25, 2012
As the United States is recovering from it's most recent recession, there is still much improvement to be made. National economic data has been released and the figures show that the economy in Albuqerque is weaker in some areas than the national average. Although the cost of living is lower than some areas in the country, the average household income in Albuqerque is $46,454 per year. Compared to the national average of $52,954, Albuquerque's average income is about 14% lower.
Albuquerque bankruptcy attorney Chris Trammell had this to say about the current economy: "Families are still struggling in this country to make ends meet. Especially right here in Albuquerque, the recent job growth rate is almost a full percent below the national average. Sales taxes in Albuquerque are also higher than the national average. All these factors work together and ultimately take a toll on families in New Mexico. Albuquerque chapter 7 bankruptcy is a possibility for anyone and with how the current conditions are, it may be a great option while we are waiting for things in this economy to turn around."
The Albuquerque Bankruptcy Center offers services for individuals and families that are still struggling in this healing economy. Albuquerque Chapter 7, Chapter 13, and Credit Counseling are just a few services offered by Chris Trammell and the staff at the Albuquerque Bankruptcy Center. If you or someone you know is considering filing for an Albuquerque Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, visit the Albuquerque Bankruptcy Center online at albuquerquebankruptcycenter.com.
About Chris Trammell and the Albuquerque Bankruptcy Center:
Chris Trammell is an Albuquerque bankruptcy attorney at the Albuquerque Bankruptcy Center. He was born and raised in Gallup, New Mexico. Staying true to his New Mexico roots, Chris has practiced law, especially bankruptcy, in Albuquerque since 1979. Chris received a Bachelor’s Degree from Colorado State University, and a Law Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He returned to Albuquerque and is a member of the State Bar of New Mexico. Over the last several years, Chris has been successful as a bankruptcy attorney by helping hundreds of people file chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy. As an Albuquerque bankruptcy attorney, Chris represents clients in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Espanola, Los Alamos, Bernalillo, Los Lunas, Belen, Socorro, Grants, Gallup, as well as other towns in northern New Mexico.