If you have financial problems, don’t feel alone. With our economy still in the doldrums after three years, many individuals and companies are feeling the pinch—either from too much debt or problems with the tax man.
Super-star photographer Annie Leibovitz has been in the headlines with her financial woes, putting up her entire body of work in order to borrow $24 million. Actor Nicholas Cage, even with a chain of hit movies, has owned millions in back taxes to the IRS. Actor Stephen Baldwin filed for bankruptcy in New York—owing more than $2 million.
Lenny Dykstra, the former New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies centerfielder, filed for bankruptcy in California, while Willie Aames, former star of the 1970s and 80s hit television shows “Eight is Enough” and “Charles in Charge” held a garage sale in Kansas City to sell memorabilia from his career. He also filed for bankruptcy.
There is no shame in filing for bankruptcy if creditors are pursuing you day and night, making you afraid to answer your own telephone. Don’t allow debt to take over your life. Call Daniel Silvershein’s law office today to exercise your constitutional rights and begin to take control of your financial situation.