That is what INFOLAWYER told me last time, but he stated i needed a collection attorey. I went to that website you and he suggested and there doesn't list a Collection Attorney. So for me, someone that knows nothing about sueing, doesn't get that website. Its confusing. and if i don't see Collection Attorney, I dont know what to look for. I even had my friend look at it and he couldn't figure it out.
Is there a way you could be more specific.
i understand that, but what type of attorney do i hire? i was told a Collection
Attorney, but there isnt an attorney on there called COLLECTION ATTORNEY. I need to know the legal name of the type of attorney to hire. Please.
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