National Programs Help Relieve Debt

National Attorney-Backed Debt Relief Firm Helps Americans Get Rid of Debt
July 27, 2012 - PRLog -- Americans are buried in debt. The average American credit card debt is $15,956 and as a whole, Americans have amassed a total of $803.6 billion in credit card debt!

How does this happen? Research shows 43% of all American families spend more than they make each year. Whether it’s due to auto loans, mortgages, medical bills, student loans, irresponsible spending habits or all of the above, debt has enslaved Americans.  
Now World Law Debt, an attorney-backed debt relief firm, can help many Americans reduce debt once and for all. World Law Debt offers legal advice and debt relief to those struggling with making payments to their creditors.

Declaring bankruptcy used to be the only option for people who were deep into debt. Now, with programs from World Law Debt, those struggling with debt can afford to have an attorney on their side. World Law Debt’s Enrollment Specialist work with clients to help them find the best solution for their individual needs to negotiate, settle and reduce outstanding debt.  

“World Law Debt is proud to be recognized as a debt relief company that is dedicated to being leaders in the industry and providing our clients with outstanding customer service.” Says Gil Medeiros, Affiliate Director at World Law Debt

World Law Debt is backed by a national law firm that consists of nearly 2,000 attorneys who are all certified within their state of practice. Through World Law Debt, every client is partnered with a state attorney who helps him or her with personal debt evaluation, structured debt settlements, and provides 24-hour access to legal advice.

World Law Debt is a division of World Law Direct, a leading interactive provider of U.S. and international legal solutions. To learn more about World Law Debt, please visit  To contact for more information, please call 866-894-0959 or email
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