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Should I Go With Williamson Law Firm for Debt Help? – Karen

“Dear Steve,

I am 54 yrs young and I have recently divorced. My husband left 3 yrs ago and after him pulling his pay check I found myself living on my credit cards. We had plans made for our future.. bought some land,gather building supplies to build a home and had 401k to go along with selling our house for retirement and build out of pocket.

That didnt happen. I clean houses ..have my own cleaning company but I am the only employee.Nearly 3 yrs after him leaving my daughter,son-in-law and I decided to start a trucking company. I would run the office..books,dispatch for the load boards etc along with cleaning my houses..my daughter was dispatch as she had a full time job with another company. My Son in law drove the truck made the deliveries to where ever in the lower 48 states. It went good for little over a year..then I ran out of money.

Things in the trucking policy changed due to dishonest people.It hurt us real bad so we decided to stop th e trucking company focus on him getting a 9 to 5 job I would focus on my houses we would split the bills our trucking company had made and once everything was paid off ..get a cushion built up and try it again. He finally found a full time job so he gives money each month to help pay the bills due to trucking company. We could not afford to pay all our personal bills and trucking company bills too. So I am looking for help with this.

I am looking to get help in debt problems. I recently enrolled in a program with a law group and after little over 4 months was not happy and very leery about this company.I pulled out having to pay them for there time(not sure what they had done). I called a credit counseling program and the payment they wanted me to pay was more than the law group settlement payment and I just can’t afford that much.

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I called about a advertising I had seen this morning on TV for debt help.Turns out they are about the same thing as the law group I was enrolled in.After talking to then for over and hour getting an idea of what my payment would be with them and adding 3 more of my credit cards in the program than I did not have with the other law firm or the credit counseling my payments were about the same as the law firm.. which is cheaper than the CC program. This law firm’s name is Williamson Law Firm LLC.

That old saying (..If it is to good to be true ..most the time its not..) Comes to mind here

Do You or anyone out there have any advice on this Law Firm ? Are they legit?

Karen”

Dear Karen,

Do You Have a Question You'd Like Help With? Contact Debt Coach Damon Day. Click here to reach Damon.

I love the phrase, “54 years young,” I can totally relate.

My initial concern is not if Williamson Law Firm is a good firm or a scam but if debt settlement is even the most logical solution for you to even be exploring. Based on your situation as you describe it sounds like more of a recipe for getting sued than resolving your debt.

I’d suggest you first read How to Get Out of Debt. The Honest and Unvarnished Truth and The Truth About The Success Rates, Failure Rates and Completion Rates of Credit Counseling, Debt Settlement, and Bankruptcy. They will give you a great overview of what we need to deal with to get you moving in the right direction.

Then use the free How to Get Out of Debt Calculator to review your options.

Once you’ve identified a company you want to work with, then follow my step-by-step guide on how to check out a debt relief company.

Please post your responses and follow-up messages to me on this in the comments section below.

Damon Day - Pro Debt Coach

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