Option 1: FDCPA Lawsuit.
An FDCPA lawsuit may be appropriate if your privacy has been invaded by a
debtor collector or your have been subject to other outrageous
conduct by a debt collector. FDCPA lawsuits can result in you
obtaining money damages from the debt collector. If you would like to explore this option, please submit an
unfair debt collection
contact questionnaire. We will review your submission for free and keep it absolutely
confidential. If we determine
that you have a good case, we will agree to take it on a contingent fee
basis so that your attorney's fees will come from the debt
collector, not from you.
Click here to read about damages, fees, and
costs in a FDCPA lawsuit.
Option 2: Debt Consultation.
You do not want to sue a debt collector, but you want to find the
best solution to your debt problems. You have the option of a debt
consultation. Some consultation topics include how to defend debt
collection lawsuits, how to stop debt collection calls effectively, debt
counseling, assets and exemptions, credit report issues, business
issues, etc. There is a $200 fee for an initial one hour
consultation. This consultation can take place at our office or
over the phone.
If you would like to schedule a debt consultation,
Option 3: Bankruptcy.
You want to file bankruptcy in
Option 4: Debt Lawsuit Defense.
You want to hire an attorney
to represent you in a lawsuit brought against you by a creditor or debt
collector. We charge upfront attorney's fees for these cases, which
can make this option unaffordable for many people. However, we do take
these cases in the city of Boston (making travel to Court quicker and
We require an initial retainer of at least $2,000 for these cases. If you
would like to explore this option, please email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org. However, the reality is that often, but not always, the best choice for people facing state court debt lawsuits is to
file for bankruptcy.
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