PRLog - Sep. 26, 2012 - TEMPE, Ariz. -- Filing for bankruptcy, in most cases, is sure to be followed by certain negative emotional and psychosocial ramifications which one will have to overcome. These emotional issues can arise as one’s sense of self-worth and identity can be closely connected to his or her financial stability. The Phoenix bankruptcy attorney, Martin J. Berkley, assists those filing bankruptcy through the legal, financial, and emotional steps to regain financial strength.
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The key to overcoming many negative emotional effects from filing for bankruptcy is to understand society’s misconceptions of money and the power that people with money are perceived to possess. The loss of money can make a person feel a loss of self-esteem, confidence, and can even negatively affect relationships. Many people who file for bankruptcy feel an extreme perceived loss of interpersonal power, which can be resolved once an acceptance of the situation has been reached.
Being able to constructively tackle the situation and regain self-confidence starts with allowing one’s core insecurities to be brought to the surface instead of being buried and ignored. The feeling of financial insecurity can shake a person’s very foundation and cause them to lose faith in society as well as themselves. But, with the counsel of the seasoned Arizona bankruptcy attorney at Berkley Law Office, you can regain self-confidence as Martin J. Berkley walks you through the legal processes to financial strength.
About Berkley Law Office
Berkley Law Office is located in Tempe, AZ and provides bankruptcy services to assist hardworking Arizonans to return to a state of financial stability. Attorney Martin J. Berkley has over 30 years of experience in the field of law, having filed thousands of Chapter 7 and Chapter 9 bankruptcy cases in Arizona. Mr. Berkley has gain a superb reputation in the state, helping to solve the nagging financial burdens of thousands of people. To learn more, please visit: http://mjberkleylaw.com