Before Filing, Consider Alternatives To Bankruptcy
Have you had an honest and completely objective professional analyze your financial situation and thoroughly examine all of the Alternatives To Bankruptcy available to you? Typically the answer is no because an objective debt relief specialist that is not focused on selling you a specific product or service is pretty difficult to find.
We are certainly not implying that meeting with a Bankruptcy Attorney is a bad thing if you think bankruptcy might be a good option for you, however, you should not go into the free consultation with the Bankruptcy Attorney thinking that they are going to spend their time discussing all of the other alternatives to bankruptcy available to you. Is it possible to get lucky and find an attorney that is going to spend their free hour telling you about all the other solutions you should explore instead of telling you how their bankruptcy program works and what their fees are? Sure, it is possible, but not very likely.
As in all major cities, Bankruptcy Attorneys typically bill between 250 to 500 dollars per hour. How many free consultations do you think they want to give away before signing up a client? They only get paid when you file bankruptcy, not when they spend time figuring out if it would be better for you to avoid it.
The world of debt relief can certainly be very confusing especially when consumers don’t know who they can talk to or who they can trust for objective advice. Luckily for consumers, we have created a very consumer friendly business model that actually offers all forms of debt relief under one roof including alternatives to bankruptcy. Whether your situation calls for debt settlement, credit counseling, bankruptcy, foreclosure assistance, back tax issues, credit repair, or even just good old fashion budgeting and financial advice, we can offer a customized solution to your situation.
When you contact us at PCS Debt Relief, you don’t have to worry about whether or not we are simply pushing you toward the one solution that we offer even if it might not be the best fit for you. Our business model allows us to offer you a free and surprisingly informative consultation without the need for any bias to make its way into our advice.
At PCS Debt Relief you can speak with a Bankruptcy Attorney about filing for bankruptcy as well as meet with a counselor to explain any other option that might be available to you. So if you are struggling to keep up on your bills, contact us today and we will put together a customized plan to get you out of debt today.
PCS Debt Relief is not a law firm, and does not provide legal counseling. If PCS believes bankruptcy may be the best solution for you after analyzing your situation, your debt analyst will refer you to an attorney to receive legal counseling.
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