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  • I recommend that clients avoid looking at their credit reports for accuracy during a bankruptcy, as credit reporting will be inaccurate during a time of bankruptcy and the reports fall a month or two behind in reporting credit changes accurately. However, many clients notice incorrect reporting on their credit reports before and after a bankruptcy. […]

  • If this article describes you or someone you know, you aren’t alone and it is not your fault. There are some fundamental economic problems in our society today. I chose to be a consumer debt attorney in order to help people overcome difficult financial situations. https://money.cnn.com/2018/05/17/news/economy/us-middle-class-basics-study/index.html

  • Please contact Equifax to determine whether your personal financial information was “hacked.” Equifax failed to protect the credit information and identify of about 143,000,000 Americans in 2017. Always remember that you can freeze your credit to protect it right now. You can call Equifax (1-800-349-9960), Experian (1-888-397-3742) or TransUnion (1-888-909-8872). The credit agencies will ask […]

  • I can search your credit report online during our meeting, but I do not like to rely on credit reports for all of your information, as credit reports are often inaccurate and missing creditors. Medical debts and older debts that have been sold and resold to various debt collectors are often missing from the reports […]

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