Review: “Karim provided me with skilled represenation. He was also very personable. His support staff is very friendly.”
Practice areas & skills: Tax, Bankruptcy & Debt, Probate, Business
We have handled 1,000's of successful cases and have been Federally Designated a Debt Relief Agency!
Practice areas & skills: Bankruptcy & Debt, Divorce & Separation, Family, Mediation, Immigration
I am a lifelong Cleveland area resident and I'm active in the community as a board member and volunteer for the Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland and a member of my city's Planning Commission. I am dedicated to my clients and provide first rate...
Practice areas & skills: Bankruptcy & Debt, Business, Real Estate, Litigation
Review: “As an attorney, I am fully familiar with the proper way to provide legal services. As a real estate investor, I sought out Dan to assist me in debt collection and litigation management issues for my real estate business....
Practice areas & skills: Bankruptcy & Debt, Litigation, Estate Planning
Review: “Three years ago we hired Rob to handle a debt owed to us and the debtor had filed a bankruptcy. We filed an adversarial claim disputing the bankruptcy. After three years of shenanigans by the debtor, Rob was able to get...
Practice areas & skills: Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy & Debt
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.