Money woes and increasingly stark financial challenges intrude on people across Florida and the United States without regard to demographics.
Put another way: Over-the-top economic pressures are an egalitarian curse. Cash-strapped homeowners in dire straits facing mortgage problems or imminent foreclosures encompass persons from across the entire spectrum of wealth and wage earners. Job loss ensnares victims from every social and economic class. High wage earners can become suddenly saddled by prohibitively pricey medical expenses just as easily as is often the case with more obviously struggling individuals and families.
The bottom line with severe financial challenge is that it can become a reality for virtually any person.
An established and empathetic debt-relief attorney knows well the universal scope of financial constraint and outright dislocation and remains duly focused always on assisting every client who needs counsel and representation.
As we note on a relevant page of our website at the Miami-based law offices of Kingcade & Garcia, P.A., for example, our firm “prides itself on maintaining an open door policy to help people from all walks of life.”
On that referenced page, we specifically cite the assistance that many single mothers need following divorce, which can obviously be an especially challenging time, given that — as we note — “single mothers are [often] the sole financial providers for themselves and their children.”
Bankruptcy is not for everyone, but it can be a logical and effective legal remedy to egregious financial pressure for many single moms.
We would be happy to explain why, welcoming contacts from single moms (and dads) and other persons seeking advice regarding appropriate debt-relief strategies. We invite your scrutiny of our Single Mothers and Bankruptcy page and other practice areas on our website.