Legal Helpers Announces Article Lecture Series on Credit Repair

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Series to educate and create awareness of a growing problem to consumers; the issues involved with errors appearing on a credit report and how to correct them.

Legal Helpers announces a new article series about credit repair. Each week, a new article will be released discussing this growing issue that concerns every consumer regardless of the current state of their credit. A single error on a credit report could result in an increased point or two of additional interest which could result in hundreds if not thousands of dollars that the consumer should not have had to pay.

To develop this series, Legal Helpers has teamed with The Lexington Law Firm, an agency that has 14 years of experience helping consumers identify and eradicate errors from credit reports.

“Legal Helpers is committed to helping our clients to achieve financial freedom. We feel that we must go beyond just filing bankruptcies to truly serve our client’s best interests,” said senior partner Jeff Aleman. “The issues regarding credit reporting errors is not widely known and so we have taken the initiative to create this series to not only educate our clients but to spread the word to all consumers.”

About Legal Helpers

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

About Lexington Law

For over fourteen years, Lexington Law credit report correction attorneys and their legal assistants have practiced under the Lexington Law banner, and have established themselves as the largest and most trusted credit report repair firm in America. Lexington Law has helped more than 300,000 clients clean up their credit reports and has a superior track record with the Better Business Bureau.

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