The U.S. Census Bureau, in their most recent survey taken the first two weeks of February, found 16% of respondents expect to be evicted in the next two months. Another 23% said it was somewhat likely.
The data demonstrates that Americans are continuing to struggle with inflation, and some are now facing even more difficulties with the SNAP pandemic benefits expiration that occurred March 1st. Families of four at 200% of the poverty line has the most to lose with the loss of additional SNAP benefits.
Additionally, the unwinding of pandemic Medicaid coverage will ultimately leave millions without coverage.
Southern states, according to the data, show higher rates of financial stress.
If your household facing a financial crisis due to these changes and are you ready to consider your legal options?
Through financial restructuring, debt resolution, or legal options including but not limited to bankruptcy, there are ways to relieve the pressure and chart a path to a better future. Don't be embarrassed, don't be hesitant, you are not alone, and taking action now is the smart approach.
Call us at (731) 423-1888 and schedule a free consultation.
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