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When times are tough and you’re struggling to pay your bills, choosing to work with a local Washington State law firm that has helped hundreds of people can make all of the difference. Symmes Law Group helps people just like you who are feeling the financial burden of their growing debt and are looking for answers.
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Seattle bankruptcy lawyer Richard J. Symmes has filed hundreds of bankruptcy petitions, saved numerous homes from the brink of foreclosure, and assisted consumers in the settlement of numerous debts and now you can benefit from the years of experience Symmes Law Group has in dealing with creditors, debt collectors, and big banks who want to garnish your wages or foreclose on your home.
When you hire a great debt relief attorney you will instantly feel at ease in knowing that you have an expert in your corner who can answer all of your questions and make sure you are being taken care of. Symmes Law Group strives to offer unparalleled personal service to help keep you sleeping well at night.
During your free initial consultation, all of your questions and concerns can be addressed and you will learn if you are a good candidate for chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy or whether the Washington State Foreclosure Fairness mediation or debt settlement makes more sense. If there are other matters in which you need assistance with involving credit repair, business or trademarks, we can help you out with those questions as well.
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