Have you been sued by a creditor? Are you exploring options on how to resolve the lawsuit? Did you receive solicitations in the mail from lawyers offering to help you? The lawyer or law office you choose can make a big difference. Not only is it important to know what the pros and cons are for each option you may have to obtain relief from the collection lawsuit, but you should also fully understand the scope of the lawyer's services and what the overall fees may be from start to finish. Eugene Frank has been helping people for over 15 years with their debt problems and has been counseling people in a proper manner so they can move past their debt issues and obtain true financial relief. Before hiring anyone, call Eugene for a free consultation at 1-866-520-6376 or e-mail us at email@example.com. A lawyer who understands the needs of his clients. We are a full service debt relief office actively practicing in all areas of the law related to debt relief and consumer protection. Not all lawyers that send solicitations can say the same thing.
We can help you with any of the following options:
Bankruptcy is a good option when you have multiple debts that you wish to address at one time and your problems are not isolated to just the collection lawsuit. We have the experience to help you determine if bankruptcy is going to get you a financial fresh start and the experience to help you file bankruptcy if necessary.
Debt Defense is a good option when the collection lawsuit was improperly filed and/or you have defenses to the lawsuit. We have the experience to help you determine if the lawsuit is defective and whether you have any real defenses other than a delay tactic.
Consumer Protection Laws can be a good option if the collection lawsuit was filed in violation of such Laws entitling you to monetary damages. This could be a good option in conjunction with Bankruptcy or Debt Defense. We have the experience to hold debt collectors and creditors accountable should they violate your rights. If your rights are violated, the debt collectors or creditors must pay your attorneys' fees and costs in addition to paying you monetary damages, which could be substantial in some cases.