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Frequently Asked Questions

Please do not hesitate to contact an Orlando debt relief attorney from our firm in order to fight to resolve serious financial problems with skilled legal assistance.
  • The bank will not modify my mortgage. I have tried everything and now we are in foreclosure. Can anything be done to help me out?

    Banks frequently have refused to modify a mortgage that the individual can't afford to pay. This situation is common throughout our state, and an Orlando debt relief attorney from our legal team at Joseph J. Mancuso, P.A. can assist you with this problem by working with the bank to come up with a workable solution and fighting to avoid foreclosure. Banks often are more willing to listen to an attorney than to a regular customer.

  • I am being harassed by creditors. Is there any way to get it to end?

    Creditors are restricted from certain actions towards those who owe them money. If they have violated the law in their quest to get payments from you, it is possible that a legal action against them can be filed. In other cases, our legal team can take on the situation in which case they are no longer able to contact you at all, and we work out a solution that you can live with in settling your debts, usually for a much lower amount than originally owed.

  • Can anything be done to clean up my credit?

    In fact, the credit reporting agencies may have wrong information on your credit report, and resolving this matter can lead to a better credit score. Carefully checking and contesting the matters on your credit report can bring about a better situation for the client.

  • Won't bankruptcy destroy my credit for 10 years?

    There are so many cases of bankruptcy in the current economic situation that a bankruptcy often improves your credit rather than destroying it. If you are considering bankruptcy, it is likely that your credit is already in trouble, with late payments, foreclosure notices and other problems. A bankruptcy can lead to a discharge of your consumer debt, leaving you free to get a fresh start. Most individuals begin getting offers for credit within about six months, and can rebuild their credit much more quickly than they expected.

  • What can Joseph J. Mancuso, P.A. help me with?

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