Debt is not the end
Throughout Florida, countless families struggle with growing debts. The cost of living can be high and it is not always easy to earn enough to cover even your most basic living expenses. Throw in a few unexpected events, such as bereavements or illnesses and you can quickly find yourself becoming overwhelmed. At first you may try refinancing, putting expenses on credit cards or taking out loans, but this can often make the situation worse. Eventually, you may find that the problem seems insurmountable.
Fortunately, there are still ways to manage your debt, even if it seems like you will never be able to repay it. You might consider consolidating the various debts you owe or even attempting to negotiate the sums with the companies involved. Many organizations are willing to arrange a longer payment plan if it means they will get their money eventually. Others may be willing to settle for a partial sum and write off the rest.
Every case is different, but it is worth trying every option in order to make the best out of your situation. As this article on debt management explains, it can be helpful to determine a budget for your personal spending, so you know how much you need to get by. This will then tell you how much you can afford to spend on repayments. Finally, you could also consider bankruptcy. While this is not for everyone, it can be the most sensible solution in some cases.
It is a lot to decide alone, but fortunately a lawyer may be able to advise you. He or she can explain the implications of each of your options and might be able to help you choose the best course of action based on your circumstances.