I have called more than 5 law firms trying to find an attorney to assist me in the settlement of a credit card judgement that has caused a levy to be placed on my bank accounts. All i want is to get this situation behind me but can not seem to find an attorney interested in taking my case. So i am thinking I am calling the wrong type of attorney. What type of Attorney should i be contacting to help me resolve this issue?
Corporate / Incorporation Lawyer
Look for one on naca.net ... or you may want to look for an attorney who handles consumer bankruptcies.
Criminal Defense Attorney
From your question, I'm not sure you need an attorney. If a creditor already has a judgment against you, you can go to the courthouse and pay the judgment and the judgment will be satisfied.
If, however, you are looking to compromise your judgment, you may need help negotiating. Any attorney who handles bankrupcy's for creditors (i.e. look in the phone book for someone adversitising for bankruptcy) or any general practitioner.