An essential component of any debt relief process is debt negotiation with creditors. While this seems straightforward, did you know that many creditors are reluctant to – and some plain flat refuse to – negotiate directly with the debtor? Not only that, but if they do agree to negotiate with you, creditors tend to be unwilling to really compromise: they want to get as much money out of you as possible, and they know that they have you pinned down.
Benefits of a Debt Negotiation
With a lawyer on your side – like the ones here at DCDM Law Group, PC – creditors are much more willing to negotiate on your debt. Why? Because they know that your lawyer may advise you to file for bankruptcy, and that means your creditors would receive less of the monies they are owed. In some cases, they might receive nothing. For you, this means significantly better debt negotiation results will be reached if you have an attorney doing your negotiations for you. The tables are turned on your creditors, and that’s to your benefit.
With an experienced, aggressive debt negotiation attorney negotiating on your behalf, your creditors will be more willing to reduce your interest rates, modify your loan terms, and possibly reduce the amount of money that you owe. Your creditors are not interested in your personal financial difficulties: they’re interested in their bottom line, and if they know that you are working with an attorney, they’re going to be much more willing to renegotiate your debt in terms that are favorable to you.
Contact a Debt Negotiation Attorney Now
Every day you delay, your debts are increasing. The harassing calls from creditors continue. The stress you’re feeling – stress that’s exhausting, scary, and taking a toll on your health – is mounting. Now is the time to contact a debt negotiation attorney.
At DCDM Law Group, we offer free initial debt negotiation consultations. That means we’ll take the time to talk with you, review your current financial situation, including all your debt and your current income, and we’ll talk about your debt relief options, including debt settlement and debt negotiation. You know that you need to talk with an attorney – one who offers solutions to your current financial crisis – but you need to take one more step and reach out for help.
Call us, today, for your free consultation regarding our debt negotiation services. We’ll fight for your rights, stop the harassment, and get your started on your way to financial freedom. Pick-up the phone and call us, now.