|Our debt relief services are designed for consumers who are now or soon will be experiencing a financial hardship. If you’re able to pay your bills, you should continue to do so. If you’re not paying your bills or you are struggling you may need help.|
Assuming your debt is valid and you do not pay, your creditor has a right to collect the debt. Collection activities generally begin with demand letters, and telephone calls to your home or workplace. Depending on your circumstance and the creditor, they may pursue more aggressive collection activities including visiting your home or workplace and filing a lawsuit against you. If the creditor is successful with their lawsuit, they may obtain a judgment against you. A judgment enables the judgment creditor to pursue additional collection activities against you which may include a lien against personal property and real property. They may levy your bank accounts and garnish your paycheck.
At the Law Offices of Craig Zimmerman we provide a free consultation. We’ll review your specific financial situation and all of your options, helping you make an informed decision.
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