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of your debt

Learn what you can do to challenge your creditor, protect yourself and build yourself up to financial health with consumer legal group



Why Consumer Legal Group?

Our lawyers understand your pain and your financial burden. Always accessible, they combine professionalism and proven expertise to build a strong case to protect your interests and your immediate environment. They do this with compassion, with care, and with openness.

So get started. It takes just three easy steps.

Call consumer legal group for a free, confidential consultation

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Move forward and out of debt

Are any of the below applicable to you?

Have creditors harassed you at your home or place of work or served you with legal paperwork or a lawsuit?
Was your car or personal property repossessed?
Has your credit score been affected negatively?
Was your family threatened with the loss of your home or other assets?
Were you denied employment because of your financial difficulties?
Was your physical safety threatened by creditors on account of non-payment?

If any of the above applies to you, you might have a potential legal claim. Contact us to determine if litigation is the right solution.

Tell us what is troubling you for a free consultation.


Personal Approach

Our lawyers are available when you have questions by phone or email and contact you every time there’s a development in the negotiation or litigation process.

Proven Expertise

We’re highly skilled at convincing creditors that it’s in their best interests to settle your claim quickly and without litigation. We also excel at achieving favorable terms for your settlement.

Pressure Relief

We take care of dealing with creditors for you and work to resolve your claim quickly. That way, you can focus your energies on other things.

Debt that consumer legal group validate

Lawyers from the consumer legal group have experience in the validation process for a wide range of debts, including:

Frequently Asked Questions

Definitely. Errors in debt collection are common, and you may end up pay a sum you don’t owe.
Also, you may accidentally revive an old debt that’s past the statute of limitations. Finally, you don’t want to fall victim to a debt-collection scam.

The begins with a free, confidential phone consultation in which we ask you about the debt validation notice you received. We’ll explain what you need to do to validate the debt, and if you wish to move forward, to send us relevant documents by email. Once you’ve officially obtained our services, we’ll contact the debt collector or creditors directly to request the necessary information. In some cases, we are able to secure an invalidation, or to prove that the debt is no longer within either the statute of limitations or the credit-reporting period. If the debt is validated, we can assist you in understanding your legal options.
You have 30 days to dispute the validity of the debt. If you do not dispute the debt within 30 days, the collector will assume it is valid. If your debt is validated, we can advise you on your legal options and the time they are estimated to take.
The federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) protects your right to verify the amount and validity of the debt that a collector is trying to collect from you. However, if you think the statute of limitations for the debt is about to expire or has expired, it is important that you do not accidentally acknowledge the debt in your communications with a collector, which could restart the limitations period. Our lawyers can help you navigate matters such as these.
Our lawyers provide regular updates on the status of their negotiations with creditors. We are also available to our clients by phone or email if they have questions or concerns in between updates.