Debt relief support groups pick up where good legal advice leaves off

Bankruptcy Support and Debtors Anonymous
There’s no easy way to approach debt problems and possible bankruptcy. However, you’re not alone. In 2010 alone 1,536,799 people filed personal bankruptcy! That’s almost three times as many as filed in 2005!

In Ohio and the surrounding region, the average bankruptcy filer has between $119,000 and $166,00 worth of debt[1]. There’s no minimum or limit to how much debt is right for bankruptcy.

So what’s this all mean, it means you’re not alone. In addition to being able to file bankruptcy, there are debt and credit support groups out there. Utilizing the internet for help you can find support groups including internet support groups, forums and survivors blogs.

Though, following the model of Alcoholics Anonymous, there is also Debtors Anonymous. Today Debtors Anonymous is active in over 15 countries! There are numerous meetings taking place weekly through Ohio.

Remember, never think you’re alone, that no one can possibly understand what you’re going through, or that it’s hopeless. Not only are there legal remedies to help get you and your family back on your feet, but there’s emotional and other services in place to help.

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