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Fitzgerald Campbell, APLC

Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC

Credit & Debt, DUI-DWI, Personal Injury, Felony, Misdemeanor

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Gregory Mark Fitzgerald

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Bankruptcy & Debt, Consumer Protection, Workout, Garnishment, Student Rights

Fitzgerald & Campbell is a Consumer Protection Law Firm unlike any other. We provide affordable protection to consumers suffering from debt throughout California and assist them in getting... (more)

Fitzgerald Campbell is a consumer protection law firm dedicated to protecting debtors' rights. We protect consumers from abusive conduct by bill collectors, lenders and others while resolving client debts. We compel creditors to prove the debt they are attempting to collect.

It is our belief that creditors and debt buyers are unable to prove up most debts and are, therefore, not entitled to collect the money or pursue any further debt collection activity. Unfortunately, creditors, collectors, debt buyers and others continue to get away with abusive behavior because no one is willing to stand up to them and demand proof. At Fitzgerald Campbell, we say, "Do not pay it until they can prove that you owe it."

We also believe that, in order to be successful in resolving our clients' debts, we must take all debts into consideration. It is not enough to resolve only your credit card debts. Taxes, home loans, student loans, auto loans and any other type of debt must be part of the debt elimination plan. This is the best way we know to get our clients back on the road to financial stability. Sometimes the solution is filing for bankruptcy. Sometimes it means negotiating or litigating a debt settlement.

Our primary goal is to get you out of debt for the least amount of money possible and to protect you from creditors in the process. We thank you for visiting our website and truly wish you success in your efforts to get away from debt. We hope that you will take advantage of our free initial consultation and learn more about how we can help you through this difficult time.

Judgements, Private Student Loans, Bankruptcy , Collection Lawsuits, Debt Settlement

"Greg has helped us so much with a really bad situation we were in. I can't even believe I am saying this about an attorney (no offense to attorneys but...) he is actually caring, helpful, and honest. He spent so much time listening to our circumstances and answering questions before we even retained him. I was so impressed by his knowledge and honesty, and compassion for our dire situation. He does not BS, sugar coat things, or make false promises, he is the real deal. If you are like me and look at reviews before hiring an attorney, I want you to know there is a reason why he has such great ratings on multiple review platforms, which is also why I called him in the first place. Hope this review helps someone find a great attorney when they need one!"

  4 months ago     Sierra Ward

"I had over 15 grand in debt from a collection case. I called for consultation and I got honest advice and I was able to settle for less than 50% of the total owed. I got the info i needed for free in a 20 min talk on the phone and a couple of emails at no charge, i did it myself with the advice i got here. Thank you so much!! You cant go wrong here, hes on your side. Stop shopping around, your in good hands with Fitzgerald&Campbell."

  6 months ago     John Godwin

"I was a victim of fraud, when I received a call from a company that told me that they could help me eliminate all my debt and that they specialized in this process. I listened to this lie and because I was making a choice either pay the bills or buy food at the time the services of this company and their claims seemed legit so I trusted them to do what they promised me over the phone and was paying them a substantial amount of money every month to eliminate my debt but after several months of thinking that my debt was being take care of out of the blue I was sued by two of the companies that they were supposed to eliminate so I immediately found and hired Fitzgerald & Campbell and what a life saving move for me and my family, they not only took on my case, but they were able to get every penny this other company scammed out of me. In just a short amount of time they have already got both lawsuits demised and one of the two debts settled. They are a legit company that quickly jumped on my problem and are working hard every day in solving my debt issue, they are always in direct communication with me and letting me know each step of the way what they are doing. Thanks to Fitzgerald & Campbell for being there for me and my family."

  4 months ago     Ed Benner

"I would recommend Fitzgerald and Campbell to anyone who's looking for real results. They went above and beyond the call of duty to close my case. They didn't feed me a lot of legal jargon. They kept me in the loop regarding my case every step of the way. Not once did I have to chase them down to get a status update on my case. If you want a good legal team in your corner, contact Fitzgerald and Campbell."

  6 months ago     Mimi Neal

"Extremely satisfied. Ultimately settled debt for less than a third of total, with a very reasonable payment plan with no interest. Initially, I received a prompt, friendly and informative consultation. They were upfront about legal fees, which were reasonable. Throughout the whole process, they were friendly and helpful."

  6 months ago     Robert Domingos


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Nicaragua Becomes Partner in ICE's eTD System
On April 10, 2018, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) published a news release titled “Nicaragua becomes the latest partner in ICE’s eTD system.”
Gregory Fitzgerald of Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC in Santa Ana Announces New Book with Simple Clear Steps to Help People with Bankruptcy Alternatives
The Bankruptcy Alternative is a comprehensive book written by Gregory Fitzgerald from Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC, a debt management attorney firm located in Santa Ana, California. The book provides the keys to a successful debt settlement, including a proven plan to work out debt, stop creditor calls and a path for readers to move forward with solving their debt challenges.
Supreme Court Strikes Down One Clause of Aggravated Felony Crime of Violence Definition
On April 17, 2018, the Supreme Court of the United States issued its much anticipated decision in Sessions v. Dimaya, 584 U.S. __ (2018). The question before the Supreme Court was whether 18 U.S.C. 16(b), as incorporated into the INA, is unconstitutionally “void for vagueness.”
DOJ Brings Two Civil Denaturalization Complaints Against Convicted War Criminals
On April 4, 2018, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that it had filed civil denaturalization lawsuits against two convicted war criminals of the former Yugoslavia.
Current Student Loan Trends Show Nearly Half May Default in the Future
Are you in danger of defaulting on your student loan or are you experiencing other related financial difficulties? Contact Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC now so one of our experienced student loan debt attorneys can review your case and discuss all the available options with you.
4 Facts to Know About Timeshares
This article answers four basic questions about timeshare ownership.
How to Get Workers Comp
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AG Sessions Delivers Remarks on Immigration Enforcement and Border Security
On April 11, 2018, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions delivered remarks on immigration enforcement in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Careful investigation establishes alibi using store employee time clock records, cash register records and credit card records.
Google Earth is used to contradict Trooper's claim that car was speeding. The distance measured by Google Earth, divided by the time elapsed on the trooper's video recorder, proved that the accused was not speeding.
Real Estate Investor Defeats All Mortgage Fraud Charges
Multiple counts of mortgage fraud dismissed.
Debt Issues May Affect Every Part of Your Life: Finding Solutions to Thrive Again
Whether you are drowning in medical debt, credit card debt, auto debt, or perhaps all of that and more, an experienced attorney from a firm like Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC can help you act quickly to get back on track.
USCIS to Destroy Certain Documents Returned as Undeliverable After 60 Business Days
On April 2, 2018, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) began implementing a new policy for cases wherein certain forms are returned as undeliverable by the United States Postal Service (USPS) after 60 business days.
Why You Need an Attorney When Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
It can be tempting to seek a bankruptcy without an attorney to avoid legal fees. But you may end up with unnecessary stress and spending an excessive amount of time on your case if you go it alone.
7 Things to Avoid When Filing Bankruptcy in Texas
If you are overwhelmed with debt, filing bankruptcy may be a good option for you. It can help you eliminate debt, obtain manageable payments, and address the past so you can plan for the future.
How Trump Leveraged Other People’s Money to Make Bankruptcy Work for Him: A Timeline
Donald Trump is the self-proclaimed “king of debt.” Before becoming president, he built his brand and companies with massive amounts of borrowed money.
How to File for Bankruptcy with Student Loans
Higher education is a critical investment for the future, and it has become a commodity younger generations, as well as older generations looking to start new careers, are required to have by more and more companies when beginning their careers.
Where Does Bankruptcy Money Come From?
Bankruptcy is a debt relief process that enables consumers with insurmountable debt loads and financial struggles to gain control of their economic health. Achieving this goal and obtaining a brighter financial future will depend on the Chapter of bankruptcy filed under.
Law Office Of James C. Hord Charlotte, NC Why do people file for bankruptcy? This is a question that I am asked by my friends from time to time. After all, shouldn't people pay their debts and not cause harm to their creditors? In an ideal world, this would be an acceptable standard. But, unfortunately, this is not an ideal world. Recognizing that this is a credit based economy, people do get behind on their obligations, for various reasons. Some may have had a temporary lawoff from their job; some may incur unexpected medical expenses; some may have had a cut in pay; while others may have simply miscalculated their ability to repay their debts. Whatever the reason, our person may now find the wolf knocking on his or her door demanding money which they do not have. This could be an embarrassing, or harassing situation. After all, who likes to have creditors calling demanding money which they do not have? Who likes to have a sheriff bringing a summons to their door? Who likes to have a foreclosure action filed aganst their residence? The bankruptcy laws are designed to give you relief from this oppression. One of the most important benefits of bankruptcy is the "automatic stay." This means that the minute you file for bankruptcy, creditors will not be allowed to contact you any further. This means that all phone calls, collection letters, lawsuits, foreclosure actions, etc. will have to be put "on hold.' Creditors will now have to work through the court to sort things out. Chapter 13 or Chapter 7? The two basic types of bankruptcy for individuals is Chapter 13 and Chapter 7. Chapter 13 is a reorganization of your finances; and, Chapter 7 is a liquidation. Which chapter should I file? Most people file Chapter 13 when they have property to save, or cannot pass the means test. Maybe their residence is in foreclosure, or they have certain debts which they cannot discharge (taxes, for example). They can repay these debts through Chapter 13, and not lose their property. Chapter 7, however is a liquidation. Maybe our debtor is out of work and cannot devise a repayment plan. Maybe their business has failed, and they are stuck with massive debts. Whatever the reason, Chapter 7 appears to be the best option available to meet their needs. Whether to file Chapter 13 or Chapter 7? This is best determined by consultation with a bankruptcy attorney. The attorney will review your financial situation, budget, debts, property, and recommend the best option to suit your needs. You should not try to do this on your own, since bankruptcy is very complex and there are many pitfalls to making mistakes. The Means Test This is a determination of your eligibility to file a Chapter 7 case. Basically, if you have an income above a certain threshhold, you will not be qualified to file a Chapter 7 case. You will have to file Chaptder 13, and pay your creditors some portion of your debts. Congress has decided that high income debtors should not be allowed to "stiff" their creditors, if they have some ability to repay their debts. Your attorney will discuss the means test issues with you during your consultation. Discharge This is the goal in most bankruptcy proceedings. You want to have your debts declared "null and void," and creditors permanently enjoined from contacting you. As you may be aware, when our nation was founded, there were "debtor's prisons." If you could not pay your debts, you were sent away to prison, until you paid them. This generally resulted in "life sentences," since how could you earn money to pay your debts while locked up? Congress passed the bankruptcy laws in order to alleviate this situation. They recognized that some people get in "over their heads" and need relief. Thus, the concept of "discharge" was born. This means that you are relieved of your debts, and given a "fresh start" to get on with your life. Bankruptcy has both its benefits, and detriments. Obviously, your credit is going to be damaged for a period of time. But, if you think the benefits outweigh the detriments, then you need to consult with an attorney to explore your options. From the Author: Bankruptcy Overview Share on Google Plus Share on Facebook