Too much debt can be damaging to your financial condition. If you can see your debts spinning out of control, you're the person who needs to take up initiative and get rid of them as soon as possible. In case you find it difficult to manage multiple bills on your own, you can always seek help from professional debt relief companies and regain your peace of mind.
It's not necessary that only an agency can show you the right exit out of your debts. You can do it on your own too. However, before you start to find your way out, you need to know how it can be done in a legal way, so as to avoid complications. Check out the following options to know how you can get rid of your ever-growing debt burden comfortably:
Budgeting and bill payment - Planning your finances with the help of a budget can help you to reduce your expenses and save. The more you save, the more comfortably you'll be able to pay for your bills and debts. With increased savings, you might even be able to pay more than the minimum on your debt accounts. This will not only help you to save on the interests but also enable you to get rid of your debts sooner.
Debt management - Debt management plans (DMP) might work for you when simple budgeting fails to offer you the much-needed debt relief. After through assessment of your financial condition and debts, the company offering you debt relief services might be able to lower your debt payments with effective interest rate negotiation.
Debt consolidation - Keeping track of numerous bills can be troublesome, and consolidation can help you if you face similar situations. Whether you do it by yourself or enroll with a company, this option can help you to merge your multiple high interest debt accounts into one. That way, your debt repayments will turn easy as you'll benefit from single affordable monthly payments.
Debt settlement - This option can offer you debt relief assistance, if you're unable to repay back your debts in full. It can bring significant reduction to debt amount with the help of negotiation, so that you can get out of debts by paying much less than what you owe your creditors.
Bankruptcy - Bankruptcy can give you the much needed fresh financial start, but should be your final option since it hits credit score to a great extent. A successful bankruptcy filing can let you discharge most of your non-exempt unsecured debts or arrange a repayment plan to pay off your creditors over time.
How can you know which option will suit you?
A thorough financial analysis can let you know about your own financial situation and affordability. Thereafter, you can plan your savings and the repayment of your debts so that it doesn't strain you. Each of the available debt relief options has separate effects on a consumer's finances, credit score and taxes. Your financial condition will determine which debt relief program will suit you. Before you decide to go along with one, you need to compare them to find out which can help you save the most.
How debt relief companies can help you?
Debt relief companies can offer you a lot of benefits as pointed out below:
Can analyze your finances and help you pick the right debt solution
Can offer you guidance and tips to stay in control over money matters
Can do better negotiation with creditors on your behalf
Can offer you legal assistance along the way
Can handle your collection calls so that you can avoid creditor harassments
Can remind you about timely payments to avoid defaults
Choosing the best debt solution after detailed financial analysis, and
Switching you to the next best debt relief option, if your present repayment plan fails to work.
What are the types of debt OVLG deals with?
We, at Oak View Law Group (OVLG), offer you free financial analysis and can guide you towards the debt free path once you enroll with us. We can help you resolve your unsecured debts which have no collateral attached to them. Below you'll find the type of debts OVLG can help you with:
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The debt settlement program typically lasts between 6 months to 4 years time.
At least 30% of the debt amount per creditor needs to be accumulated in the trust account for OVLG to give the creditor any settlement offer.
Not all creditors or debt collectors will accept a reduction in the balance, interest rate, or fees a customer owes such creditor or debt collector.
Pending completion of the represented debt-relief services, the customer's creditors or debt collectors may pursue collection efforts, including initiation of lawsuits.
That the use of the debt-relief service will likely adversely affect the consumer's creditworthiness, may result in consumers being sued by their creditors, and may increase the amount owed to creditors as a result of the accrual of additional fees and interest;
Savings a customer realizes from use of a debt-relief service may be taxable income.
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