San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 01, 2012
The San Diego bankruptcy lawyers at the Golden State Law Group, a law firm dedicated to helping consumers and businesses work their way out from under serious financial problems, hereby announces that the firm is offering a free initial consultation to consumers whose credit scores may be dropping in the wake of a report that the average credit score for California residents has dropped.
Specifically, Credit Karma recently released a report that stated that the average credit score for someone living in California currently stands at 676. This represents a drop of nine points from the same time in 2011, when the average credit score stood at 685. Credit scores typically drop for individuals when negative entries appear on them, and the average credit score is tabulated by averaging all of the available scores of residents in the state.
As a result of this drop in the average California credit score, the San Diego bankruptcy attorneys at the Golden State Law Group advise anyone who may be concerned about this happening to them to contact the firm to schedule that free initial consultation. This free initial consultation will be used to provide the consumer with a thorough review of his or her overall financial situation, and suggested solutions to any existing problems will be offered at that time.
People who are seeing their credit scores drop are further advised to order a copy of their credit reports from all three credit reporting organizations: Experian, TransUnion and Equifax, and the San Diego bankruptcy attorney at the Golden State Law Group will help consumers review them for any trends or even mistakes that could be present that could also be harming that person’s overall score.
About the Golden State Law Group
The Golden State Law Group is a law firm in San Diego, California that’s comprised of a team of San Diego bankruptcy attorneys who provide legal help to consumers. Specifically, the attorneys at the firm provide help to consumers in the legal areas of consumer bankruptcy, tax debt issues and personal injury cases.