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I Can’t Get In Touch With Allegro Law. Help! – Debi

By on April 17, 2012
I Can’t Get In Touch With Allegro Law. Help! – Debi

“Dear Steve,

I am a current customer of Allegro Law and am having major issues. Now their number are disconnected. My creditors are all suing me for lack of payment I have a huge mess on my hands.

Can you please be of any help to find me the correct phone number so I can proceed to contact them ASAP? Thank you for all of you help!

Debi”

Dear Debi,

Allegro Law filed bankruptcy on March 12, 2010 and since then the backend services were handled by an outside firm. Allegro law is currently under the control of the bankruptcy trustee. And the latest update on their site was on February 21, 2012.

At this time litigation continues in an effort to recover Allegro Law, LLC client’s funds felt to be in the hands of third parties. We are also evaluating the possibility of transferring all filed claims from the third party claims agent, BMC Group, to the traditional CM/ECF bankruptcy web site used in all bankruptcy cases. This transfer will facilitate the claims evaluation process and should make the filed claims more available to all creditor/claimants.

Until the transfer has been finalized, you can continue to mail in change of address forms to the address provided on the form. Continue to check this website for updates to the change of address form and other information, including if/when the transfer of claims has been completed.

You can reach the Allegro Law bankruptcy trustee through AllegroBankruptcy.com. They can give you up to date contact information for who the current servicing company is and assist you to reach them.

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