Kenmore Debt Settlement Attorneys — 4 found

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  1. Kenmore Debt Settlement Attorney Edgar I Hall

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    Former Creditor Attorney. We focus on using leverage and legal options to obtain the best results.
    Licensed for 7 years - 15 Min Free Consultation
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    10.0

    206-535-2559
  2. Kenmore Debt Settlement Attorney Christina Latta Henry

    Christina Henry

    I am a Seattle attorney who represents people who are underoing financial disfficulties. I know how to fight the tough battles. Unlike other firms, my firm does not just rubber-stamp... more
    Licensed for 14 years - $330/hour
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    10.0

  3. Kenmore Debt Settlement Attorney Jacob D DeGraaff

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    I was born and raised in Whatcom County, Washington, near the US/Canadian border. I am a proud partner in a Henry, DeGraaff & McCormick, a three-attorney firm based in Seattle, but I... more
    Licensed for 10 years
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    10.0

    206-330-0595
  4. Kenmore Debt Settlement Attorney Thomas Martin Morningstar

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    Exclusively focused on Creditor & Debtor Law: Bankruptcy, Collections, Foreclosure, Landlord/Tenant.
    Licensed for 27 years - 15 Min Free Consultation
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    9.5

    206-535-2559

Debt Settlement

If you owe a large amount of money on unsecured debts, you may require the services of a debt settlement lawyer. Unsecured debts include medical bills, student loans, credit cards, store and gas cards, personal loans, collection accounts, and bounced checks. For these sorts of debts, lenders will usually accept less than the full amount if it's clear you don't have the money to pay them (especially if the original amount has continued to grow with interest, late charges, and collection costs). A debt settlement attorney can negotiate with the lender and objectively present the facts in your case. Oftentimes, unsecured debt lenders would rather settle with you than take a chance on getting nothing if you file for bankruptcy. If the negotiation is successful, the creditor may even be convinced to take the settled debt off your credit history.