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'All I Want For Christmas Is Bankruptcy' - Threat of Tougher Bankruptcy Laws In 2005 Linked To Rise In Year-End Filings
Article Editor: Carly Zander
FORT MYERS, Fla. - December 8, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- While most Americans are "decking the halls," many others are "making the calls" to their lawyers' offices. The reason? To file for bankruptcy before the clock strikes midnight on Dec. 31. Attorney Carmen Dellutri knows this all too well.
"I'm busier than Santa Claus right now," says Carmen Dellutri, Florida bankruptcy attorney. "People would rather file for bankruptcy this year because they know the laws are on their side. Come next year, it may be a whole different ballgame."
All signs indicate Congress and the President (aligned with major financial institutions and credit card companies) are determined to make it harder for Americans to file for bankruptcy sometime in 2005. Congress has announced its readiness to support a bankruptcy reform bill in the very near future. And President Bush has given a preliminary "thumbs up" to new bankruptcy legislation once it is presented to him.
As his administration has already stated in a letter to Senator Patrick J. Leahy, "The Administration supports the overall goal of the bankruptcy reform legislation."
"The threat of a severe change in the bankruptcy laws is very real," adds Dellutri, www.dellutrilawgroup.com. "It can literally affect the lives of millions of Americans and their families. And not for the better. It may have a direct impact on their finances, jobs, relationships, personal security and well being."
Attorney Dellutri has written a Special Report called, "7 Urgent Facts You Should Know About Filing For Bankruptcy." It is free, confidential, and available to anyone who asks for it. Mr. Dellutri also answers questions about bankruptcy on a confidential basis. He practices law in Florida.
To get a copy of the free report call: (239) 939-0900.
Additionally, Mr. Dellutri requests the media's assistance in informing the public about bankruptcy reform. He welcomes media inquiries.
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Carmen Dellutri, Attorney at Law
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