Let Us Show You How To Discharge Credit Card And Medical Bill Debt
Soaring medical costs have left many uninsured or underinsured. If you or a family member fell ill or became injured, the cost of medical treatment may have made it impossible to keep up with the other daily costs of living. As bills become past due, many turn to credit cards in an effort to catch up. Unfortunately, this often leads to more debt and more bills.
At Hatfield Harris, PLLC, we help people in Rogers and throughout Northwest Arkansas discharge their medical and credit card debt, and wipe their slate clean through bankruptcy.
Discharge Your Medical Bill Debt Through Bankruptcy
Illness and injury often force hardworking people off the job. When combined with enormous medical bills, these lost wages can make it difficult to make ends meet and place entire families under great financial strain. Pressure from creditors only adds to the stress.
If you are battling an illness or were injured in an accident, the last thing you should be worried about is paying for medical treatment.
At Hatfield Harris, PLLC, we help clients stop creditor harassment and discharge their medical bills so they can focus on what is truly important – their health.
Rogers Credit Card Debt Attorney
Credit card and medical bill debts are the most common reasons people experience financial hardship. At Hatfield Harris, PLLC, we help people discharge their debts through Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Attorney Chris Harris is an experienced debt relief professional. He has been helping people discharge their medical and credit card debts for more than 20 years.
Types of debt that are typically dischargeable include:
- Credit card debt
- Medical bills
- Past-due rent
- Missed utility payments
- Personal loans
- Some tax debts
For more information about discharging your debt, contact Hatfield Harris, PLLC. Call our law office at 479-250-1962 to schedule a free consultation with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer. Flat fees are available.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.