Legal Helpers Launches Friendly Lenders™ to Help Clients Rebuild Credit After Bankruptcy

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New lender program helps people who have recently filed bankruptcy or who simply have bad credit to get loans and rebuild their credit.

Legal Helpers announces its new Friendly Lenders™ program created to help clients re-establish credit after filing for bankruptcy. The program will include lenders who have been screened by Legal Helpers based on experience and standing within the financial community.

“We will only be listing lenders who we feel demonstrate an ability to properly service our client referrals,” said attorney Richard J. Waple, Legal Helpers’ associate attorney in charge of the program.

“Our clients are able to locate lenders in their area that are sympathetic to their prior financial difficulties and are willing to work with them to reestablish their credit after filing bankruptcy. “Meanwhile, lenders are able to cultivate new business from a growing market. As one of the largest bankruptcy firms in the country, we have a lot of clients who need to rebuild their credit,” Mr. Waple said.

The Lenders directory is available to the general public and can be found at

Lenders interested in applying to become a Friendly Lender should contact Richard J. Waple, Esq., Legal Helpers at 414-270-0700.

About Legal Helpers

Legal Helpers, the law offices of Macey & Aleman, is a debt relief agency helping people to file for bankruptcy relief under the bankruptcy code. Founded in 1994, Legal Helpers is one of the largest consumer bankruptcy law firms in the United States, employing over sixty attorneys across nineteen states.


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