Eliminate My Credit Card Debt

Helping You Get Relief From Credit Card Debt

It does not take much for credit card debt to spiral out of control. It can begin with one extravagant purchase or just be as simple as needing to put a car repair bill on your card so that you can afford groceries or rent that week. Before you know it, credit card debt is consuming your life.

At The Slomka Law Firm, P.C., we work with consumers in the Atlanta area and throughout Georgia to eliminate credit card debt. If you are ready to hit the RESET button and take control of your finances, call at (678) 732-0001 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation with an attorney.

Your Credit Card Relief Options - From Negotiation to Bankruptcy

There are a number of ways you can eliminate credit card debt, an unsecured debt, through bankruptcy. If you can pass the bankruptcy means test, your credit card debt can be quickly eliminated through Chapter 7 bankruptcy. If you do not qualify for Chapter 7 due to the means test or because you recently filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 7, you can pay off your credit card debt over three to five years as part of a Chapter 13 debt consolidation plan. For other clients, we can use direct negotiation with your creditors to reduce the debt through settlement.

Regardless of which route works for you based on your circumstances, you will enjoy the benefits that come from being our client. You will be able to put an immediate stop to creditor harassment, repossession and wage garnishment while having a chance at a fresh start.

Talk to an Attorney Today

To hit the RESET button on your finances and end your credit card debt nightmare, contact us today for a free initial consultation with a debt relief lawyer in Marietta.

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

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