Here is a link to a map of my office location: http://mapq.st/1nJnKpb My office is conveiently located in the heart of Downtown Cleveland, Ohio in the Hisoric Rockefeller Building. It is just west of Public Square and easily accesable b...
Practice areas & skills: Debt Settlement, Business, Contracts & Agreements, Lawsuits & Disputes, Wills & Living Wills
Review: “Paul was very accommodating and patient with my parents. He knew what had to be done and was willing to come to the house because they are home-bound. We were very happy with his services and would highly recommend him!”
Practice areas & skills: Debt Settlement, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Foreclosure, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
Matthew L. Alden is originally from Columbus, Ohio and now resides in Shaker Heights, Ohio. Matt is a 1991 graduate of Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, and a 1995 graduate of the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. In law school he was a member of t...
Practice areas & skills: Debt Settlement, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Litigation
I have been practicing Bankruptcy Law since 1998. I am well respected by my current and former clients and for my knowledge of Bankruptcy Law. Most of my new clients come from client referrals. Call me for a consultation, 216-803-1212.
Practice areas & skills: Debt Settlement, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy & Debt, Child Support
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.