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Birmingham Credit Card Debt Lawyer

Alabama Options for Debt Relief Through Bankruptcy

As credit cards have become a bigger part of most people’s lives in Alabama and across the country, and credit card companies begin to prey upon those consumers, rising amounts of debt are impacting many people. With high interest rates and fees, it is easy for debt to get out of control and quickly become more than you could hope to pay back.

Fortunately, there are options for people who are faced with overwhelming amounts of credit card debt. At my law firm of Gregory C. Starkey, in Birmingham, I help people in debt protect themselves through Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Chapter 7 bankruptcy will discharge credit card debts while helping people find fresh starts to their financial futures. It is often the best option for comprehensive relief.

Birmingham Credit Card Debt Attorney

Credit card debt can mount up over time with regular or out-of-control spending. Credit card debt can also happen all at once if a car problem or medical bill forces people to max out cards paying for necessary expenses.

While recent laws governing what credit card companies can and cannot do, it is still an uphill battle for many people who are faced with thousands of dollars in credit card debt and are losing ground every month that goes by. It can be difficult to answer the phone or check the mailbox when credit card debts are increasing.

Learn More About Your Options

For more information about credit card debt relief, contact my office to speak with a lawyer at 205-581-9790 and schedule a free initial consultation.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.

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Gregory C. Starkey, Attorney at Law

2016 10th Ave South, Suite 101 Birmingham, AL 35205

205-581-9790

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