Debt Settlement Arizona
An Attorney Negotiated Debt Settlement Brings Debt Relief for Phoenix, Arizona Residents
For those suffering under the heavy burden of debt, there is hope. Arizona has been uniquely affected by the economic downturn. Residents of the State of Arizona have experienced a severe housing market crash, at times one of the worst markets in the nation. With the market crash came higher unemployment for Arizonans. These factors and many more led responsible people to rely more heavily on credit card debt to keep afloat. Our Scottsdale law office sees this daily.
With housing under water and mortgage debt exceeding home values, many Arizona residents have found themselves in unforeseen financial difficulty. Getting relief from the crushing debt requires action. At McCarthy Law, our attorneys are skilled at negotiating down and eliminating debt of all types.
Settling Credit Card Debt, Mortgage Debt, Business Debt and More.
If you have lot’s of creditors, it can seem overwhelming. This is where our firm excels. Let us take on your debt problems and get you out of debt without bankruptcy. Through our debt settlement process, we are able to reduce and eliminate debt, usually for a fraction of the amount the creditor is claiming. All of this is done without our client having to file bankruptcy.
In fact, our clients typically get out of debt sooner and for less money than the alternatives. For example:
If you’re worried about your debt and how you will be able to get relief, please call our Phoenix, Arizona office for a no pressure, free consultation with an attorney. Get answers and solutions. You’ll be glad you called. We service Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Peoria, Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa and all areas of metro Phoenix.
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