As I was talking to my wife about what to write in today’s blog, I noticed a Veggie Tales movie sitting on the floor of our living room, a common sight in a Christian home where nothing is put away until the after the kids are asleep in bed.
Doesn’t Bankruptcy Mean You Lose Everything?
I mentioned to my wife that I could write a blog about the bankruptcy of Big Idea Productions, the production company responsible for the Veggie Tales series. Assuming this meant the end of Veggie Tales, my wife was devastated. However, I assured her that she need not worry, Big Idea Productions filed for bankruptcy many years ago, back in 2003. “How can they still be creating movies?” she asked confused.
I explained to her that just because an individual or a company files for bankruptcy, doesn’t mean that they lose everything; bankruptcy is often used to reorganize or to get a fresh start. This conversation caused me to reflect on the common misconception that bankruptcy marks the end of everything.
Getting a Fresh Financial Start
This is not the case. Bankruptcy is available to help people and companies shed debt, reorganize their financial structure, and start fresh on a clean financial footing. Of course there are many details and refinements applicable to every bankruptcy case, but that is what an experienced Arizona bankruptcy attorney is for.
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