government worker bankruptcy law

Will filing for bankruptcy in Baltimore affect my job working for the government?

If you are financing financial hardships and work for the government you may be asking yourself, will filing for bankruptcy in Baltimore affect my job working for the government? Getting bank on track financially is a long and hard process, but having an experienced Baltimore Bankruptcy Attorney can help alleviate some of the stress, and help you keep yourself on track at work.

It is important to note that filing for bankruptcy is not a cause for dismissal from a government job or any kind of job. In fact it is illegal to terminate an employee on the basis of bankruptcy alone. It does not matter if you have fallen on hard times due to unexpected expenses, medical bills, or overspending none of these are legitimate reasons for losing your job. If you were involved in criminal activity or have negliatied your job you may be at risk for losing your job in the government.

The best way to keep your job working for the government is to take steps that restore your financial stability. Be upfront with your employer about your financial situation. They may even be willing to help you get yourself back on track. Remember filing for bankruptcy is a legitimate and legal method for eliminating your debt problems. Speak with an experienced Bankruptcy Attorney about your particular case, and start getting your life back on track.

About the Law Offices of Nicholas J Del Pizzo

The Law Offices of Nicholas J Del Pizzo is a team made up of experienced and dedicated attorneys who understand that people have legal needs that simply do not coincide with regular business hours. To learn more about how our law firm can help you by representing you in your bankruptcy case please call (410) 288-5788 or visit our contact us page.

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