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This is an unfortunate situation,
You can call the lenders and try to settle the debts for 30-50% of the total amount, and you can satisfy this within a few weeks, if you have the money,
another option is to file a chapter 7 bankruptcy and wipe out the judgments,
It is also possible for you to join a debt consolidation program, and show this to your employer,
they may accept this as well.
It is up to you, to decide, I would consider a bankruptcy if you qualify,
I am a Insurance Agent and BK is not a option. I need a Judgement settler or a debt settlement company who can handle this or should I contact a local atty.?
a debt consolidation company can settle the debts for you or create a payment plan as well,
an attorney would contact the creditors and try to settle the debt for 30-40%, which you can do as well,
I contacted one and they were more interested in credit card debt with out judgement. Do you know of a companys that can handle this?
The problem with a consolidation company is that once judgments are made,
these companies may not want to handle the matter,
An attorney maybe best, XXXXX XXXXX reject it,
Ok thank you
The three above should be able to handle the matter,
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