Don’t Let Debt Rule Your Life—Get Legal Help!
No matter what their spending or retail shopping preferences are, most consumers in the US have one thing in common that may lead them to need legal help: debt. Household totals have reached almost $136,000 on average, and the cumulative debt (at historical highs now) is supposed to reach $4 billion this year. And while some consumers completed their college degrees, handled the student loans, and are thriving—and paying all their bills—many others are struggling after being hit with staggering medical bills for an illness or an accident, dealing with the sudden loss of a job, a divorce, or weighty student loans. A catastrophic event could affect anyone and drain their finances to the point of no return.
You may be able to limp along for a while as creditors and debt collection agencies amp up their collection activities—and their aggressive attitudes—but that is no way to live. If you are in severe financial distress, this is not the time to go it alone, or to procrastinate any further. Call a skilled attorney for help getting out of debt once and for all, and moving on to get back on track and enjoy life without feeling dread when the phone rings or the mail arrives. Without attention to growing debt, there is the chance that you will be sued by a creditor. And although they may threaten legal action, not all creditors or debt collections agencies follow through. That’s where the unpredictability factor comes in, answered quickly though when you find a private process server or deputy sheriff at your door delivering a collection lawsuit.
Unless you have absolutely nothing to lose and could be considered completely judgment proof, the collections lawsuit should not be ignored. Again, you need the help of an attorney who can respond to the lawsuit and launch a solid defense for you too. Without a presence in court, you are vulnerable to a court judgment, and while you may have been worried before, this is where your finances may suddenly become even more complicated. Determined to see their debt satisfied, creditors or debt collections agencies may contact your employer to have your wages garnished, seize your property, or freeze bank accounts.
Our attorneys have decades of experience in serving clients as they navigate through challenging financial situations, to include collection lawsuits, default judgments, and more. Let us review your case and discuss what would work best for you. We are here to help! Call us today for a free consultation at (855) 709-5788 or email us at email@example.com.