If you’re struggling with meeting monthly payments on your credit cards, car, medical bills, and even your mortgage, you may be a candidate for bankruptcy. Bankruptcy is often negatively viewed as a social taboo, but the reality of bankruptcy is largely a positive one. Those who file for individual or business bankruptcy are offered a fresh start, and those filers actually provide positive influences on our national economy. With the help of Behm Law Group, Ltd., you can start your financial recovery today and successfully file for bankruptcy in New Ulm, MN.
The process of bankruptcy was designed to benefit all parties involved with a fair and balanced relief of debt for the filer and as much of a dividend as possible to their creditors. Administrated through government regulations and overseen by a bankruptcy trustee, the ultimate goal of offering debtors the choice of filing a bankruptcy is to keep the economy afloat.
The U.S. economy cannot function without consistent, widespread consumerism. Without spending from individuals at all income levels, our economic structure would start to collapse. In a nutshell, bankruptcy allows those who couldn’t afford to participate in consumerism because of their debt to begin supporting the economy again. This could mean an individual starts to spend money again or a business is able to continue selling its products.
The Economy Feedback Loop
Whether it’s in recession, booming, or simply stabilized, the economy works in a feedback loop. The more we spend, the more businesses can grow which creates more jobs, national income, and products to keep spending money on. If we’re unable to spend or borrow because our debts and income levels prevent us from being consumers, the more and more the economy will recede. Bankruptcy works to remedy the potential that individual consumers and businesses cannot contribute to the economic feedback loop in positive ways. Relieving debts and repaying creditors provides a viable solution to what may quickly become the main factor of a severe economic downturn.
If you’re considering filing for bankruptcy, in many ways you’ve taken the first step to supporting our national and global economies in a positive way. When debtors balk from filing for bankruptcy because of the fees involved or how it may affect their credit, they’re in fact possibly setting up our country for even poorer financial conditions down the road.
Contact Behm Law Group, Ltd. at (507) 387-7200 today to find out more about successfully filing for bankruptcy in New Ulm, MN.