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Beginning of Academic Year Perfect for Planning Debt-Free Life
Stay on academic track to get out of debt with tailored lesson plans and guidance from World Law Debt.
Refocusing during this time of year does not apply strictly to academia—it is also the perfect reason to visit other areas in your life that need reevaluating. For example, if you have been spiraling through financial crisis and are struggling with debt, now is the time to take control of your life and start anew. Take advantage of this time of year to establish a plan and get organized in order to become debt-free.
“Failing to establish a strategy from the beginning is why most people fail to resolve their debt issues.” says Craig Johnston, Director of Operations at World Law Debt, “ It is crucial to not only set clear goals, but to also stay focused on the goal of becoming debt free and not allow others to dissuade you. World Law Debt provides our clients with proven programs backed by an attorney network and the customer support that prepares, empowers and guides our clients through the process of eliminating their debt.”
Just like counselors who guide their students to academic success, World Law Debt mentors their clients and helps them create and stay on track with tailored and feasible plans that will help them get out of 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 http://www.worldlawdebtassistance.com. To contact for more information, please call 866-894-0959 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.