Credit card debt is a common type of debt that can cause serious financial challenges. Rising interest rates, unreasonable penalties and minimum payments that barely dent the actual balance can all result in troubling issues for individuals and their families. It is important to find out about your rights and options for debt relief as soon as possible, so you can avoid paying more money into the never-ending hole of fees and charges.
In many circumstances, the best way to deal with credit card debt is through the process of Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. At The Law Office of Lauren Clark, L.L.C., our firm understands the struggles that you are facing. We can help you stop aggressive phone calls and letters, discharge your debts and regain control of your financial future.
Eliminate Credit Card Debt Through Bankruptcy
As your Charleston credit card debt relief attorney, Lauren Clark takes the time to review your finances and to advise you about what method to use to eliminate debt. Getting your financial obligations off your back is hard work, but our law firm will be there to do the heavy lifting with you.
We take the time to give you a full picture about bankruptcy and explain the pros and cons. We also give you worksheets to help you sort out your debts so that you can get a clear understanding of what needs to be done to get a fresh financial start.
Our clients throughout the Charleston area tell us they appreciate our patience and understanding. We provide you with all the information you need so that you can make an educated choice. Our goal is to help you to make a conscious decision to get out of debt.
Contact The Law Office of Lauren Clark, L.L.C.
Please contact us by filling out the form on this website, or call 843-284-7405 (local) or 855-684-8149 (toll free) to set up a free initial consultation to talk with a lawyer. Our offices are conveniently located in Charleston, and we serve South Carolina residents throughout Charleston County and surrounding counties.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.