Educate yourself on the lingo of bankruptcy, such as the phrase bankruptcy reaffirmation! If you are considering bankruptcy whether it’s Chapter 7, Chapter 11 or Chapter 13 you should also consider educating yourself on other aspects of bankruptcy and the terminology that follows it. Bankruptcy reaffirmation refers to a potential client who is considering Chapter…

Education is key! Learn the basics on the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA). Approved on September 20th, 1977 is a consumer protection amendment that establishes legal protection from abusive debt collection practices called the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act.  The purpose of the FDCPA is to eliminate those abusive practices in the collection of…

We also now have an office in the City of Austin, Texas The Wesbrooks Law Firm, PLLC is expanding with a new office in Austin, Texas to help you with your legal case. Did you know that Attorney Mark Wesbrooks has certifications to practice in both Arizona and Texas? He does and now with his…

You can find The Debt Relief Playbook at: The Debt Relief Playbook by Mark Wesbrooks Subtitle: How to defeat creditors and win the collection war. Author: Mr. Mark Wesbrooks, J.D. Category: Personal Finance ISBN: 9781940125039 Cover Design: Derek Murphy Book URL: Website Author, Lawyer, Bankruptcy and Debt Negotiation professional Mark Wesbrooks has released a new book…

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