Keeping the Lights On

If you miss one month’s utility bill – you probably will not hear from the company. However, if you miss months and have a pile of past-due statements, you’re waiting for a shut off notice.

To stop a shut off, you need a significant percentage or the entire bill’s balance. If you do not have the balance, you’ll find yourself without electricity or gas. You could have lost your job, had a death in the family – the utility company does not care.

Instead, file a bankruptcy. Filing a bankruptcy will stop a utility shut off. You can keep the lights on and we can work out a payment plan for attorney fees. Peter Francis Geraci and Geraci Law Attorneys are here to help. If you are worried about a pending shut-off, call us.

Author: Elizabeth Doren Paralegal at Geraci Law L.L.C.

I am a paralegal at Geraci Law L.L.C. (the greatest consumer bankruptcy law firm that ever was or will be!) I talk to thousands of people who are struggling financially.

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