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The Atlanta Bankruptcy Attorneys at Clark & Washington Share the Worst Advice You Could Get Regarding Bankruptcy

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Sometimes, sources on the Internet and people you know can provide bad bankruptcy advice. Because of this, you should consult a bankruptcy lawyer for the most reliable information.

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ATLANTA, GA, August 07, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The Atlanta bankruptcy attorneys at Clark & Washington have discovered that many people are receiving poor bankruptcy advice, so they want to inform the public on certain pieces of advice to ignore. There are many misconceptions about bankruptcy, and Clark & Washington want to set the record straight.

In this digital age, information is at the tip of our fingers, and there are a million and one pages giving out advice and tips on what to do when you are considering bankruptcy. Sometimes people blindly follow this advice without consulting an experienced attorney, and the consequences can be severe.

It is very easy to come across some outdated bankruptcy advice on a random website that may seem new because the site puts on a current time stamp. Here are some common misconceptions and misleading advice about bankruptcy:

1. You have to be completely broke to file for bankruptcy. This is wildly untrue. To file for bankruptcy, all that is required is that an individual is unable to pay their bills when they are due.

2. You can file for bankruptcy on your own and do not need a bankruptcy lawyer. Bankruptcy is a complicated and confusing process that can easily go awry with a small misstep in paperwork or deadlines, so it's best to have an expert on your side.

3. You shouldn't file because you will never recover from it. In most cases, the mark that bankruptcy leaves on your credit score lasts anywhere from seven to 10 years at the longest.

Many people give bankruptcy advice, but not everyone is qualified to provide this advice. If you are ever told that you do not need an experienced bankruptcy attorney, you have been severely misled. A bankruptcy attorney handles bankruptcy cases on a daily basis and can be the determinant factor in having a smooth bankruptcy case.

To learn on how to spot bad bankruptcy advice, visit http://www.cw13.com.

About Clark & Washington:

Established in 1983, Clark & Washington is now one of the leading bankruptcy filers in the Southeast. They have locations in Georgia, Florida and Tennessee. Clark & Washington specializes in personal chapter seven and 13 bankruptcy. They offer honest, helpful legal advice to those experiencing financial hardships.

For more information, visit http://www.cw13.com.

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