I feel like writing a few words about bankruptcy today. I am not completely unfamiliar with the topic and I feel like I have a lot to bring to the table when it comes to it.
I grew up hearing how my uncle needed to cope with bankruptcy and how he succeeded in solving his bankruptcy case with the help of a lawyer. I still remember hearing stories telling how he dealt with the problem. I do not think that I was more than ten years old at that time, but it does not mean that I do not remember my parents talk about the uncle during our family meals. The whole talk made me realize even when I was a child that bankruptcy is something that happens to people from time to time even when they do not expect it. What they should do is to try to deal with the problem as soon as possible.
I am sure that bankruptcy is going to be the main talking point of my family again in the future. My family is rather large with all those uncles and aunts that I have all of whom have a lot of children. It is only a matter of time before someone starts experiencing financial problems and bankruptcy.
I wonder what would be the first and best course of action to take in case I happened to face bankruptcy one day. Would I talk to my uncle who went through bankruptcy to help me deal with it and succeed or would I rather choose somebody else to talk to, maybe a bankruptcy lawyer?