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Six Tips for Negotiating Debt and Dealing with Creditors
September 12, 2014

If you are struggling to pay down your debt, chances are, you’ll need to communicate with your creditors at some point. Call Us: (727) 538-4188.

Understand and Prevent the Most Common Causes of Debt
August 21, 2014

Knowing the most common causes of debt will hopefully help you avoid them. Call Now For a Free Case Evaluation Clearwater: (727) 538-4188.

Avoiding Foreclosure in the Midst of Divorce
August 12, 2014

To avoid losing their home to foreclosure, spouses should consider the following options. Call Now For a Free Case Evaluation Clearwater: (727) 538-4188.

Appropriate Situations to Consider Bankruptcy Alternatives
August 10, 2014

At Ziegler Law Office, we distinguish ourselves from our competitors because we do not offer just one solution. Call us: (727) 538-4188.

Impact of New Statute of Limitations Case Law
August 7, 2014

The basic functionality of the statute of limitations is to prevent litigation of stale claims. Call Us a Free Case Evaluation Clearwater: (727) 538-4188.

Florida’s Standing in the Midyear Foreclosure Report
July 15, 2014

Foreclosure Market Report. The findings were generally encouraging, yet highlight the progress Florida residents still need to make.

Filing Bankruptcy? 8 Things You Need to Know
June 30, 2014

Filing for bankruptcy is a difficult decision. There are a number of things to consider. Call Now For a Free Case Evaluation Clearwater: (727) 538-4188.

Loan Modification 101: Don’t Lose Your Home
June 20, 2014

The Florida real estate market is starting to show some signs of stability. However, not everyone is out of the woods. Call Us: (727) 538-4188.

Steps for Finding an Exceptional Attorney
May 30, 2014

If you looking for an attorney, chances are you already have enough to worry about and do not need the additional stress of hunting for the right lawyer.

Understanding Time-Barred Debts
May 20, 2014

Simply put, time-barred debts are debts that can no longer be collected through suing the debtor because a certain amount of time has passed.