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Houston Bankruptcy Law Firm
Lead counsel-rated and possessing over 18 years of experience helping individuals with their debt problems, attorney David A. Fernandez will fight aggressively on your behalf in an effort to discharge all of what you owe so that you can find the relief you seek. Should a full discharge not be possible, he will work with you and your creditors to devise a fair debt settlement solution.
All too often, debt collectors will use unfair or abusive tactics when dealing with debtors to try to recover outstanding debt. However, both the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act offer you protections as a consumer, and you can trust Mr. Fernandez and the legal professionals at our law firm to help you assert those rights and hold the offending collection agencies responsible for their actions.
Whether for yourself or your business, you can rely on the Law Office of David A. Fernandez, P.C., to help you fight the collection agencies and restructure your debt to put you on a path to greater financial security. To discuss your needs risk- free, you can contact our law office to schedule a free initial consultation.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
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About Law Office of David A. Fernandez, P.C.
2190 North Loop WestSuite 333 Houston, TX 77018
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
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