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Your financial future: how collections lawsuits affect you

Credit-card debt can spell serious trouble for many borrowers. With over $3 trillion in credit card debt for consumers in the US today, that leaves many struggling. And the numbers continue to climb according to recent data.

Student loan crisis: will it affect the entire economy?

If you are a student loan borrower, keep detailed documentation of your loan and all payments, from the beginning. And if you are being sued for delinquent payments—on a student loan or any other debt—consult with Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC regarding your options.

Collections lawsuit: but who owns your account?

You are probably extremely tired of dealing with financial issues and creditors, and worrying about how to pay bills with money you do not have, but it is worth your time to consult with an experienced law firm like Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC if you have been served with a collections lawsuit.

Pre-emptive action for avoiding default or court judgments

If you feel like your own credit-card debt is getting out of control and you need advice, contact Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC, a law firm with decades of experience in helping clients to explore their financial options. Let us review your case and help you go from there. We are here to help!

Why you need a bankrutpcy attorney

Information about important decisions attorneys help you make in filing a bankruptcy

Can i file bankruptcy if i have filed in the last 8 years?

Brief article about availability of bankruptcy protection if an individual has filed a previous case.

Us trillion dollar student loan crisis – are you part of it?

Contact us at Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC now. Our attorneys have decades of experience in serving clients with student loan debt and similar financial situations. Let us review your case and discuss what would work best for you. We are here to help!

Collection lawsuits and delinquencies on the rise: 2017 q3 shows further increases

If you are trying to figure out how to handle overwhelming debt or collection lawsuits or judgments, thinking about filing for bankruptcy, or exploring other options for debt reorganization, contact us at Fitzgerald & Campbell, APLC.

Student loan defaults more common with college dropouts

A recent news article states that nearly 40 percent of borrowers are in various stages of delinquency or default.