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Are you struggling to pay your bills? Do you have a large amount of credit card debt? If so, we are here to remind you not to give up and not to lose hope! There are many false assumptions about filing for bankruptcy, people think that it will forever ruin your credit score and you will never be able to recover from it. This is simply not true. At Dion R. Hancock, P.A. we will inform you of the truths and myths regarding bankruptcy, we will also listen and assess your situation and lay out all of your viable options. Don't make the mistake of thinking that you are alone in this stressful situation, there are many people that are in a tight bind because of the flux in the economy. We understand that every situation is the same and there is no "cookie cutter" solution to your financial problems. By submitting this simple case evaluation we will have deeper insight about your case and can better direct you as to the proper plan of action. So go ahead, find out if bankruptcy is right for you; fill out as much information as you can in the fields below.

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