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Debt Help Step By Step

By Alan Nottingham

So you have analyzed your finances and decided to give debt settlement a shot before opting to file for bankruptcy. You have done some research, and have chosen Premier Financial to help you manage your debt and advise you during this trying time. Congratulations, you have taken the first, and perhaps the hardest, step towards becoming debt-free. But, what’s next?

A free debt settlement consultation is easy with Premier. It only takes one phone call for a debt settlement specialist to make a customized plan to help you reduce the amount of your debts and pay them off promptly. The proposed plan will be designed with your finances and your goals in mind, thus making the plan viable and realistic. You will pay one monthly payment that will be determined according to your debt and finances. In the program, payments will be less that you minimums to your credit cards. Our debt coaches will review all of your options and put you in a comfortable situation for you.

When the program is created and paperwork is signed. You will have your debt coach at your disposal to help you understand and go over all aspects of the program.

During the life of the program, which usually lasts an average of 24 to 36 months, you will have a debt settlement coach assigned to you who will be in charge of updating you on the status of your program. They will also be available to assist you with any questions or concerns that you may have during the process. Premier Financial also offers its clients the convienence of online account access.

A couple of things are need from you. First, you are responsible for following the plan that was agreed upon by you and the debt settlement specialist. This plan was constructed as the best possible way to get you out of debt, but it only works if you commit to following it. You need to follow the budget that was created, save, and pay the monthly payment. The company may also advise you to stop paying your bills and to avoid contacting your creditors. After enrollment, the company will act on your behalf and represent you in communications with your creditors.

The company has many obligations to uphold their end of the bargain as well. They are responsible for starting a dialogue with your creditors and negotiating a lump sum payoff that is significantly less than the amount that you in fact owe. The debt settlement counselor will present the terms of the negotiations to you. This process will continue until you are debt-free.

Learn more about debt settlement help.

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