Florida Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Mistakes
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Florida (May 17, 2013) - Florida is unique with its Bankruptcy Exemptions. While homeowners can protect some or all of their equity in their home if they claim the “homestead exemption,” their other exemptions are very limited when they do claim this exemption. As a result, many mistakes are made that can be quite costly for uniformed individuals contemplating filing bankruptcy in Florida.
To help individuals contemplating bankruptcy avoid costly mistakes, Charlotte County, Florida attorney, Mark Martella, has created a Free Special Report on the “Seven Biggest Mistakes People Make Before Filing Bankruptcy and How to Avoid Them.” The Report can be requested and downloaded immediately by visiting http://www.martellalaw.com.
At a recent seminar, Martella stated that “Many people costs themselves thousands of dollars by delaying getting information on bankruptcy and making decisions that put them in a worse position by taking the wrong actions. My goal with this Free Special Report is to educate the public so that they can hopefully avoid these mistakes and be in a better position to get a fresh start after receiving a bankruptcy discharge.”
Knowledge is power. A consumer can start their education by visiting http://www.martellalaw.com.
By reading the Special Report, a consumer will learn things like: why one should not take money out of a 401K to pay off a car; why one should not borrow from the equity in a home to pay off credit cards; and why one should not do a short sale on investment real estate. This informative Free Special Report is available at http://www.martellalaw.com .
Mark Martella, Esq.
- Contact Information
- Mark Martella
- Martella Law Firm, P.L.
- (1) 941-206-3700
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