Many Texas residents and persons living elsewhere across the country believe that things are getting better for the nation financially, following years of struggle that have challenged millions of Americans during the so-called Great Recession.
And, indeed, things do seem to be improving for many people nationally, with statistics across a broad range of considerations — for example, housing starts and employment — indicating positive momentum.
Notwithstanding that betterment, though, improved fortunes are hardly the reality for all Americans. Indeed, and as reported in a recent debt-related article authored by National Public Radio, increasing numbers of people across the country are continuing to stagger under crushing debt loads.
Often those exactions relate to credit card expenditures, with this stunning bit of information being reported: Reportedly, about 10 percent of all working Americans between 35 and 44 years of age are suffering wage garnishments for consumer-related debts they owe, such as credit card payment obligations.
At the Davis Law Firm, we are sensitive to that. Given the shaky nature of our present economy, it does not surprise us, and we strive to help clients dealing with formidable financial challenges overcome their difficulties and regain traction that allows them to once again move forward purposefully and with confidence.
Concededly, that is sometimes not easy, but seeking help from a proven debt-relief law firm has proven to yield positive outcomes in the lives of millions of Americans.
Education is key to that, followed up by strong advocacy. Many people might not know initially, for example, that unsecured debt — such as payments relating to medical and credit card debt — is dischargeable under bankruptcy, which can put a stop to wage garnishment.
We advocate passionately and knowledgeably on behalf of our clients. For more information about our firm and what we can do to help alleviate the strains associated with unsecured debt outlays, please visit our San Antonio, Texas, Credit Card Debt page. We value your interest.