Reasons for Bankruptcy
Wilkes County is an incredible place, a hidden gem nestled at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. There are amazing natural wonders throughout the area, such as Stone Mountain, Jumpinkoff Rocks, the Brushy Mountains, Kerr Scott Reservoir, and the Yadkin and Reddies Rivers. Residents and visitors alike enjoy world-class mountain biking at Cub Creek Park, Warrior Creek, and the Overmountain Victory Trail. We have a widely loved disc golf at Rolling Pines and a great golf course at Oakwoods Country Club. Many companies large and small got their start in Wilkesboro and North Wilkesboro:
- The sport of NASCAR arguably started in our area
- Lowes Hardware and Lowes Foods began here
- Holly Farms and Gardner Glass
- Window World
- Distilleries such as Holman, Call, and Copper Barrel
- Specialty Coffee such as Anchor Coffee, Talia Espresso, and the Artisan Café
That is not to mention hosting one of the biggest and most storied bluegrass festivals in the country – Merlefest.
There is a lot to love about Wilkes County and the foothills; however, if you feel like you are drowning in debt, it can be difficult to think about anything else. Robert P. Laney PLLC is here to help you determine whether bankruptcy is right for you or your company.
3 Reasons Bankruptcy Might Help
1) Bankruptcy can help stop debt’s momentum
If you are on the verge of significant debt consequences while in the midst of uncertainty with your employment, it might be time to talk to someone about your bankruptcy options.
2) Bankruptcy can help prevent foreclosure
If you are in danger of losing your property in foreclosure, Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be right for your family. Before you jump in, however, it is important to let attorney Robert P. Laney help you navigate the process.
3) Bankruptcy can help provide some peace
There is still a hard road ahead, even if you file bankruptcy. However, it can provide you some peace-of-mind to consolidate your debt and develop a plan to pay it back. Though it may take years for your bankruptcy to stop impacting your credit, filing bankruptcy does not by itself prevent establishing future credit. In fact, it may help your credit rehabilitation by discharging some of your debts.
If you are in the Wilkesboro and North Wilkesboro area and struggling under what feels like an endless cycle of debt, attorney Robert P. Laney is here to help. Contact Robert Laney today for more information about how bankruptcy might be right for you.