Bankruptcy Lawyer Pittsburgh, Erie, New Castle Pa, Collection Defense, Credit Card Lawsuit Defense, Midland Funding LLC

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Pittsburgh Office

600 Grant Street

Suite 4944

Pittsburgh, PA 15219

(412) 246-8242

Greensburg Office

121 N. Main Street

Suite 108

Greensburg, PA 15601

(724) 209-4005

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FDCPA Attorney; Stop collection harassment; Fair Debt Collection Practices Act Attorney; TCPA Attorney; Sue Debt Collectors
Bankruptcy Lawyer Pittsburgh, Erie, New Castle Pa, Collection Defense, Credit Card Lawsuit Defense, Midland Funding LLC

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Which debt relief option is right for you?
Bankruptcy Lawyer Pittsburgh, Erie, New Castle Pa, Collection Defense, Credit Card Lawsuit Defense
Bankruptcy Lawyer Pittsburgh, Erie, New Castle Pa, Collection Defense, Credit Card Lawsuit Defense
Bankruptcy Lawyer Pittsburgh, Erie, New Castle Pa, Collection Defense, Credit Card Lawsuit Defense
FDCPA OR FCRA

 

Creditors are allowed to collect debts owed to them, but they are not allowed to violate law in doing so.  You have rights even when you owe a debt. 

 

Credit reports can contain errors that may have negative implications on your credit score and credit worthiness.  Not all of these errors are clear to people, but a knowledgeable professional can review, find, and correct them.

COLLECTION DEFENSE

 

Creditors use our Pennsylvania Court System as a collection strategy to force people into settlements.  People tend to think they have no real defenses to collection lawsuits and will ignore the collection lawsuit, settle with the creditor, or file bankruptcy to stop the collection lawsuit.

 

The truth, however, is that people do have defenses that, when properly asserted, can result in a dismissal or stoppage of the collection lawsuit. 

 

 

 

BANKRUPTCY

 

We help people determine if bankruptcy is their best option or should remain their last resort.

 

Bankruptcy is a powerful option to address debts that cannot be resolved any other way.  People tend to put off filing for bankruptcy protection because they are told it should be a last resort, but that does not mean you should try unrealistic options that merely cause more stress and allow you to fall deeper into debt.

How one person handles a debt problem does not mean it will work for you.  A true debt relief professional will have the knowledge and experience to explore a range of solutions to find the right one for you, or be honest enough to inform you that such methods will not work and why.

 

At our office, we look at all aspects of a person's situation before advising which debt relief options will work best.

 

 

 

 

 

Factors we consider include:

 

A person's current budget as well as their expected budget in the foreseeable future

The number of credit accounts that have outstanding balances

The types of debts and their overall amount

Whether the credit accounts are delinquent and, if so, how long they have been delinquent

Whether there have been any attempts to collect the debt, including phone calls, letters, or lawsuits