Talk to an Attorney About the Right Solution for You
Square pegs do not fit into round holes. This concept is the same for debt relief. When faced with finding a solution for handling your debt, Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy may not be the best solution for you.
Our Arizona debt settlement and debt negotiation attorneys understand that every case is different. At Bellah Perez we take a tailored approach with each client to determine what the right debt relief tool may be.
Debt Settlement Attorneys with Real Solutions
If bankruptcy is not the best choice for you, we can help you with the following debt relief solutions:
Credit Card Debt – We will negotiate with your creditors to minimize interest rates and set up a suitable payment plan, or negotiate an overall reduction in the principle amount owed and execute a settlement of your debt. We often view debt negotiation as a good option for those individuals with one or two debts. Be prepared, however, in today’s economy to be able to show your financial hardship. Many creditors will require that our attorneys provide proof of hardship through bank statements, tax returns, and paychecks, before they will offer a settlement.
Mortgage Debt: Loan Refinancing and Modifications – When faced with high mortgage balances, high-interest rates, or mortgage arrears, refinancing and loan modifications are popular solutions. We can help you explore the options available to you when dealing with your mortgage debt.
Find Financial Relief
The Bellah Perez debt settlement attorneys are committed to helping individuals and families regain control over their finances. We have knowledge in handling different forms of debt relief and the experience and knowledge to provide you with thorough and comprehensive case evaluations to determine which debt relief solution is best for you.
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