Payday Loans

Payday loans and check advances are the most menacing type of debt we encounter, because they take away the income you need to pay for daily living expenses while charging you exorbitant amounts of interest. Frequently they seize money out of your bank account or force you into expensive refinancing that continues this cycle and your dependence on them. Many even make you pledge them the car you need to get to work.

Don’t take on your creditors alone!

Call or email the Counce Law Firm at 901-201-6012.
Free confidential consultation with a lawyer, not a paralegal.
We take the time to understand your needs and answer all of your questions. While we want to solve your problem quickly, it’s important that you are comfortable with the process, and understand how it will impact you. These thoughtful conversations enable us to ensure the best possible outcomes.

3333 Poplar Ave. – just West of Poplar & Highland – Free Parking

Stop The Dependence On Payday Loans Now

Bankruptcy can stop them right in their tracks, end further deductions from your bank accounts, protect your car, and free you from this cycle of dependence.

Payday lenders are not the best option if you are continually short of cash and unable to pay for daily necessities and utilities. You need to address the underlying problem so you do not need their costly help. Maybe you cannot afford your car payment, furniture payments and medical bills. Lowering these payments through Chapter 13 bankruptcy may very well be a better option to consider. Chapter 7 bankruptcy should also be considered to completely rid you of their scourge.

Contact Us Today

Call now to learn about what options are available to you in your particular financial situation. Contact our law firm today online or call 901-201-6012 to schedule a FREE  CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION.

Unlike many firms you will always discuss your financial situation with an attorney, not a paralegal or assistant.

We are a Title 11 Debt Relief Agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code. This ad does not create an attorney-client relationship until a written agreement is signed.