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When should bankruptcy be considered?

  • The amount of unpaid bills is such that repayment is unlikely or impossible in the foreseeable future.
  • A secured creditor is threatening foreclosure or repossession.
  • An unsecured creditor has commenced or threatened a lawsuit.
  • Creditors and/or collection agencies are making frequent calls to collect on unpaid bills.
  • The debtor’s credit report is irretrievably damaged.
  • To stop execution on a judgment or to stop wage garnishment (note that wage garnishment in North Carolina is limited to creditors collecting taxes, domestic support obligations and student loans).

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