When consumers find themselves overwhelmed with debt, most aren’t aware there’s an alternative to bankruptcy. If you’re experiencing a financial hardship and unable to pay off your debt, debt negotiation may be a good option. Our experienced attorneys work to negotiate a settlement with your creditors to reduce what you owe, which can help you pay off your debt sooner than making minimum payments. Our seasoned team can help determine if the Turnbull debt negotiation program is the best solution based on your financial situation and goals.
Consumer Litigation Defense
When clients are unable to pay their debts, creditors may turn to litigation in an effort to collect on the debt. This situation can be overwhelming and stressful, but we’re here to help! If any of your creditors have filed a lawsuit against you, it’s important that you act quickly. Our attorneys are here to defend you against litigation and ensure you’re treated fairly.
Sometimes, filing bankruptcy is the most sensible way for a client to resolve their debt situation, especially when all other options have been exhausted. We help you choose the right kind of bankruptcy for your situation and guide you through the system, advising you along the way. If you’re not sure if bankruptcy is right for you, we can review your financial situation, advise you of your options, and provide information to help you make a sound financial decision that’s right for you.
When you fall behind on payments, bill collectors can become aggressive. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) outlines specific laws under which debt collectors must operate. To protect consumers, the FDCPA prohibits abusive, unfair and deceptive practices during collection efforts. If you’re experiencing creditor harassment, we’re here to defend your rights and help you deal with FDCPA violations.