Washington bankruptcy law requires those who file bankruptcy to receive Washington credit counseling.
The purpose of Washington credit counseling is to help you understand exactly where you stand financially. Washington credit counseling is not a long process. You can usually complete it in about 30 minutes. The cost runs about $30-$50.
Washington bankruptcy law also requires debtors facing bankruptcy to take a financial management course prior to having any debts discharged. This course is similar to Washington credit counseling, but it focuses more on giving you the financial skills to make sure you stay on a path to financial recovery.
The cost for financial management courses is usually similar to the cost for the Washington credit counseling course. The information from the courses will serve you well for years to come. Contact Us for more information regarding this course.
Robert J. Reynolds has over 30 years experience guiding debtors like you through the Washington bankruptcy including fulfilling the Washington credit counseling requirements. You can have confidence that he'll help you be able to get back on your feet and on the road to financial success.
I was in a hole financially, and I didn't know where to turn. I went in and talked to Mr. Reynolds about my situation. I was very impressed because Mr. Reynolds is bilingual and can speak Spanish. He told me not to worry about anything, that he would take care of everything, and he did. He completed all the paperwork and got my bankruptcy filed quickly. Mr. Reynolds really helped me out. I refer all of my Spanish speaking friends to him.