Debt Negotiation and Power of Attorney

by DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC on November 19, 2009

Being constantly harassed by creditors through phone calls, emails, letters, and even personal visits can be extremely unnerving and stressful. Even if you are trying your best to pay back your debt, it may not be enough to stop the insistent badgering from creditors. Credit companies are outfitted with departments that work specifically on reclaiming payments from debtors who have fallen behind on their bills or have stopped making payments completely. Your creditors may also contact collection services, your bank, or repossession agents to attempt to collect debts or repossess property on their behalf.

It can be intimidating to face such an aggressive team of debt collectors on your own. If you find yourself falling behind on payments to creditors, consider recruiting your own team of negotiators to deal with the credit companies directly. Instead of being contacted incessantly day after day, a debt negotiation lawyer can take over communications with your creditors and put a stop to those daunting calls. He or she will negotiate with creditors on your behalf so that you can begin to pay down your debt.

Signing a Power of Attorney gives your lawyer permission to act on your behalf regarding your financial matters. Using knowledge of the credit industry, negotiation tactics, and related laws, your attorney can negotiate in your best interests to help you get out of debt more quickly and without the hassle of dealing with creditors and their agents yourself.

A Power of Attorney is a powerful document that essentially allows you to build your own negotiation team to face off against credit companies. Instead of spending your time arguing with creditors who don’t seem to care about your situation, you can focus on reorganizing your finances to work towards a debt-free future.

To learn more about how debt negotiation can save you from years of debt and stressful battles with credit companies, please contact the experienced Milwaukee debt negotiation attorneys of the DeLadurantey Law Office, LLC today at 414-377-0518.

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