A lot of us make resolutions – 62 percent versus the 38 percent who don’t bother – but only eight percent say that they are successful in keeping them. That’s a pretty small number. Maybe it’s the resolutions we make and the way we approach them that makes for the stumbling blocks. After all, problems that need a resolution didn’t form overnight, and they can take a long time to resolve.
Righting the Ship
Are you asking yourself, how did I get in debt? Maybe you’re not in so much debt that you need to seek the advice of an attorney, and we’d like to help you keep it that way. Shedding debt is like losing weight, it took a while to pack on the pounds, and it can take some time to reduce your debt. Don’t go into this thinking that you’re going to have it nailed by Valentine’s Day!
Van Horn Law group specializes in personal and corporate bankruptcy, student loan consolidation and litigation, foreclosure defense, and debt relief, among other specialties. We think that everyone deserves fair and affordable representation, and we are committed to getting you the best results possible. If you have a question, give us a call or contact us through our “Ask a Lawyer” feature.
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