Chicago, IL (PressExposure) April 01, 2011 -- Legal Helper Debt Resolution, LLC, the National Law Firm of Macey, Aleman, Hyslip, and Searns, is defending itself and its clients against lawsuits.
"We are a law firm, the first truly national consumer law firm in the country," said Jason Searns, Managing Attorney. "We recognize that consumers need alternative debt resolution options, such as financial workouts with their creditors, and we will not let lawsuits intimidate us or our clients into a different course of action."
Since their start, the LHDR mission has been to provide competent, professional, full-service debt resolution services to consumers across America. Today, LHDR clients have a significantly higher chance of succeeding and achieving better results with their creditors, in part because LHDR stands behind their clients through every step of their debt resolution program.
"Unlike other debt solution companies, we also offer full litigation defense if and when our clients are sued," said Searns. "These actions against LHDR, which are not unexpected, are mostly driven by banks and politics, as well as by private attorneys trying to obtain quick settlements and cash from us."
Searns explained that while banks prefer consumers repay some of their debt rather than discharging it entirely in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, they do not want consumers who can afford full repayment to attempt to repay only a portion of what is owed. In fact, banks successfully restricted the availability of debt resolution services for consumers in some states, but legitimately indebted consumers can still seek mutually beneficial debt work outs with the help of LHDR.
LHDR is composed of attorney partners in every state who are in good standing with state bars and prepared to provide whatever services their clients need.
"We have engaged the finest counsel in the country as our legal team to defend our interest as a law firm to provide services to our clients," said Searns. "We continue to spread the message that our program and services are best, both through our response to these lawsuits and through more public education campaigns."