Are you struggling to pay off your credit card debt? Are you feeling overwhelmed because of the penalties and extra interest charges that are assessed when you’re late on credit card payments? If so, then debt settlement might be the right option to help get your finances back on track.
What Is Debt Settlement?
At Blake Goodman, PC, Bankruptcy & Debt Settlement Attorneys, we offer true Debt Settlement Plans that can help people eliminate between 40% and 60% of the amount they owe. In order to achieve the best results for our clients, our skilled attorneys speak directly to their creditors, so we can explain the various financial setbacks that have caused them to fall behind on payments. After we explain the client’s unique situation, we propose and negotiate a settlement deal that will satisfy the balance of the debts.
If you qualify for our Debt Settlement Plan, then you can obtain significant settlements on the interest and principal attached to your debt. You can also avoid the consequences of filing for bankruptcy, plus you can still eliminate a substantial portion of your debts within 30 months of reaching a settlement with your creditors.
What Are the Benefits of Debt Settlement?
One of the greatest benefits of our Debt Settlement Plans is that collection agencies and their attorneys must deal with our legal team instead of you. This means your creditors will take the situation much more seriously because they know our reputable lawyers understand the nuances of the law and will fiercely advocate for your best interests, no matter how much money you owe. Another benefit of debt settlement is that we can arrange one convenient monthly payment to pay off your creditors
Consult with an Experienced Debt Settlement Lawyer Today
Although debt settlement can help you take control of your credit card debt, it’s not uncommon for collectors to try to use industry tricks to confuse or potentially commit fraud just to get people to pay off the entire debt.
Since credit card settlements are generally conducted according to the creditor’s standard operating procedures and formats, you will need a knowledgeable attorney who knows how to deal with individual creditors and understands the nuances of tense negotiations.
Our debt settlement lawyers know what to say, what not to say, and what to ask for. We are here to determine if this powerful debt management tool could produce real financial benefits that will improve your situation.
Please give us a call today at (808) 518-4844 or complete our online questionnaire if you are ready to set up a confidential debt analysis with one of our lawyers.