Bankruptcy Is Not the End

If you are having trouble paying the bills, you are not alone. All types of people struggle with overwhelming debt. Having debt does not make you a bad person. Most often, people who need help with debt have encountered circumstances beyond their control such as a medical emergency or job loss.

At Prescott Pearson & Tande, PA, we understand that filing bankruptcy is a big decision. However, we want to assure you that there is nothing immoral or illegal about filing bankruptcy. Many famous, successful people have filed bankruptcy and continued on to start corporations, lead countries and be at the top of their professions. Helping Minnesota clients find all types of bankruptcy and debt relief options, we can help you understand your rights and options.

You Are in Good Company

Bankruptcy is a constitutional right that has been part of our country since it was founded. The government recognizes that regardless of their success, people and businesses sometimes need help to handle debt and move on.

Presidents and politicians, businessmen, writers, athletes, actors/entertainers and musicians are just some of the people who have filed bankruptcy during our country's history. This list below shows a few celebrities who have filed for bankruptcy:

  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Ulysses S. Grant
  • Donald Trump
  • Henry Ford
  • Walt Disney
  • Charles Goodyear
  • Milton Hershey
  • Larry King
  • Willie Nelson
  • Mark Twain
  • Oscar Wilde
  • Mike Tyson
  • Johnny Unitas

Filing bankruptcy does not mean that you have failed. Actually, it shows that you made a smart decision to put your finances in order and take control of your debt. Once your financial life is back on track, you can move forward and begin achieving your goals.

Call for a Free Consultation Today

  • Minneapolis-St. Paul Area: 651-968-8096
  • Minnesota Toll Free: 888-366-0827

Please call us at the numbers above or contact us online to schedule a consultation.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.