Debt NegotiationTake a summer vacation while avoiding debt

June 22, 2016

For many families, credit card debt is an expected consequence of a nice vacation: American Express reports that a family of four is likely to spend approximately $4,580 on a vacation.

Families who are on a tight budget may want to explore destinations nearby. Public places such as national parks and other recreation sites are worth considering for those who want to avoid the expense of traveling but still want to get away. People who have friends in other cities may consider staying at their place for a while or try swapping homes with relatives or friends. Similarly, because gasoline is still inexpensive, people may consider traveling by car instead of plane. Road tripping makes travelling considerably less expensive, especially since families can bring their favorite foods in a cooler and stay at affordable lodging facilities while on the road.

The legal team at Greenway Bankruptcy Law, LLC in Birmingham understands that many people are struggling with their finances due to overwhelming credit card debt. If you have amassed serious debt, we may be able to offer you the necessary advice to help you negotiate your debt. Find out how we may be able to work for you by calling (205) 324-4000.

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