Getting Rid Of Credit Card Debt

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One of the primary reasons people consider filing bankruptcy is credit card debt. This debt is rarely accumulated because of irresponsible spending. It’s typically the result of an unexpected event.

A person may have been diligently chipping away at his or her credit card bills, only to face job loss or a medical emergency. Sometimes, people face these emergencies and then turn to credit cards to help cover expenses, thinking they will be back on their feet before they accumulate too much debt. Unfortunately, with the interest rates and late fees attached to most credit cards, it does not take much for this debt to spin out of control.

More Than 30 Years Of Experience Eliminating Credit Card Debt

Attorney Liza A. Greene at the law offices of Laura Dale & Associates, has more than 30 years of experience eliminating credit card debt with bankruptcy filings. She understands how easily this debt can become unmanageable. More importantly, she knows how easily it can be eliminated through either Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy. She is one of the select few attorneys to be board-certified in consumer bankruptcy law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

Bankruptcy Provides Immediate Results

Are you sick of the creditor harassment? Are you tired of the phone calls and the letters piling up? As soon as Liza A. Greene helps you file bankruptcy, the harassment will stop. You will no longer have to worry about the interest rates and late fees. You will be on the path to getting rid of the credit card debt.

If credit card debt is only part of the problem, Liza A. Greene will use her experience to help you overcome your other debts as well.

Schedule A Consultation Today

Contact our firm to schedule a consultation with a Houston credit card debt lawyer. You can call us at 713-574-7952 to set up your consultation.

Liza A. Greene helps people file for bankruptcy and is a debt relief agency as defined by the Bankruptcy Code.

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