By Shah Peerally, Attorney at Law

With the downturn in the economy, many people are unable to pay their debts. One good option is to look into a bankruptcy. However, for many reasons some people will not be ready to pick the option of a bankruptcy for personal reasons. The other reason many will not opt for bankruptcy is that they clearly do not qualify for it. This does not mean that these people do not want to get rid of their unsecured debts. Financial companies are usually keen to settle the debts provided you can effectively negotiate the settlement especially in times of hardship. To this end, many companies are offering the option of a debt management or debt settlement. While there are many genuine companies dealing in debt management , debt consolidation or debt settlements, others are simply taking advantage of already hurt consumers. Our law firm has made it a duty to help the people who are hurt with debts but who are not willing or are not able to file bankruptcy. We have tried to compile in this guide at least 7 (seven)reasons why an attorney negotiation is better than just using a regular debt relief company:

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Shah Peerally is an attorney licensed in California practicing immigration law and debt settlement. He has featured as an expert legal analyst for many TV networks such as NDTV, Times Now and Sitarree TV. Articles about Shah Peerally and his work have appeared on newspapers such as San Jose Mercury News, Oakland Tribune, US Fiji Times, Mauritius Le Quotidien, Movers & Shakers and other prominent international newspapers. His work has been commended by Congress women Nancy Pelosi and Barbara Lee. He has a weekly radio show on KLOK 1170AM and frequently participates in legal clinics in churches, temples and mosques. His law group, Shah Peerally Law Group, has represented clients all over the United States constantly dealing with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Immigration and Custom Enforcement(ICE) and CBP (Customs Border Patrol (CBP) under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). This department was formerly known as the Immigration and Nationality Services (INS).