Eight Weddings Eight Brides and Rising Debt as America’s Legal System Praises Technology

America’s Legal System is Helping Consumers to Fight Debt in a Fast and Effective Way - However they are not fighting the Battle Alone, America’s Attorneys are Praising the Efficiency of the Automation Provided by the Innovative Technology of Morgan Drexen

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I maxed out my credit cards paying for my daughter’s weddings. I simply couldn’t keep up with the payments. I couldn’t meet even the minimum payments, at first I thought about going bankrupt, but the attorney assured me we could reduce our debt.

Los Angeles, CA (Vocus) December 20, 2010

Americans are dealing with high levels of debt, for many Americans debt resolution has become a successful and affordable option.

Gary Mayhew is a New Jersey resident who engaged with a local attorney to settle his $80,000 debt. Gary and his wife are the proud parents of eight daughters. Eight daughters and 8 weddings left Gary and his wife struggling to make ends meet.

“I maxed out my credit cards paying for my daughter’s weddings. I simply couldn’t keep up with the payments. I couldn’t meet even the minimum payments, at first I thought about going bankrupt, but the attorney assured me we could reduce our debt,” says Gary. “I was skeptical at first. But I had a number to call and they gave me good advice,” adds Gary.

Gary engaged with the Rosen & Winig Law Firm who are tough on creditors and have a long history of helping consumers in debt. Rosen & Winig use the evolving automation of Morgan Drexen Morgan Drexen to track each payment and automate documentation.

Eric Rosen is a partner at Rosen & Winig he thinks using an attorney to solve debt is essential. “Creditors tend to take attorneys more seriously. They realize that we can create delay, and sometimes successfully defend their claims in the event they resort to a lawsuit. Creditors who are trying to obtain payment against debt that is in “collection” mode often will settle for less, provided they are paid sooner than later,” says Eric.

For Sandra Lindgren a Nebraska resident it was the raising of five children in addition to unexpected medical costs that led to her $15,000 debt. “I have had five children and been lucky to stay home with them. Sadly my husband who was the sole provider, he suffers with severe diabetes and now is unable to work,” says Sandra.

Dealing with creditors can be a risky business and using an attorney -based program has great advantages. Eric Rosen admits, “I can help the consumer as I have the legal know how. I am also able to save time and effort by using the automated support services of Morgan Drexen.”

Sandra felt safer using an attorney to resolve her debt. “I was very satisfied with the service, I knew the lawyers would help. I don’t understand the jargon of the law, they do,” says Sandra.

A growing family for many Americans means growing debt and working with America’s legal community helps to reduce that debt, in a fast and effective way.

Article is Copr. © 2010 by Morgan Drexen

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