Wootton & Wootton, P.C.
Call Today For a Free Consultation
919-794-8660 800-610-3643

July 2017 Archives

Changes to medical debt and credit reports may affect patients

Needing medical attention is often unavoidable in certain situations. Unfortunately, many North Carolina residents may consider forgoing treatment due to the high costs of certain procedures. Often, individuals accrue considerable amounts of outstanding medical debt and find it difficult to address the balances effectively. As a result, their credit scores and other financial affairs may suffer.

How does personal bankruptcy impact a 401(k) plan?

When saddled with overwhelming debt, a North Carolina resident will likely consider his or her options for relief. One of the options he or she may consider is filing for bankruptcy. While many people consider this debt relief process as less than ideal, it can help individuals get their financial affairs back on track and have a more positive financial future. Of course, personal bankruptcy can have considerable impacts on one's finances and credit record, and parties may have concerns when it comes to their 401(k) plans.

Middle-class families increasingly the ones burdened by debt

When many people think of those who end up filing for bankruptcy or seeking other types of relief from debt, they imagine that it is only those who live in poverty or are unemployed that have such troubles. However, those with moderate incomes are increasingly feeling the financial burden caused by debt, for a few different reasons.

Wiping out medical debt draws support from diverse groups

Dealing with a medical issue in Durham can be extremely stressful. However, after receiving treatment, many people also end up with bills that they cannot afford to pay. That is why some groups are working to combat this growing issue, which affects millions of households across the country.

Learn How To Get A Fresh Start

Don't struggle with debts a day longer than necessary. Fill out this form to email our attorneys today.

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

We have offices in Durham and Henderson for your convenience.

Connect with us:

facebook google plus

Durham Office
3200 Croasdaile Drive
Suite 504
Durham, NC 27705

Toll Free: 800-610-3643
Phone: 919-794-8660
Fax: 919-382-2042
Map & Directions

Henderson Office
1775 Graham Avenue
Suite 104
Henderson, NC 27536

Toll Free: 800-610-3643
Phone: 919-794-8660
Fax: 919-382-2042
Map & Directions