We have helped hundreds of clients overcome burden of overwhelming debt. We understand the unexpected circumstances that force people into these situations. The consultation is free, we offer payment plans, and there is no money down. Call today.
You deserve a fresh start! With free consultations, and easy monthly payment plans with no money down, the attorneys at Lauber Dancey are committed to getting you on the road to financial stability.
With over 20 combined years of legal experience, and hundreds of files cased, we are committed to helping you overcome your financial difficulties and get you on solid ground. There is no more committed advocacy in the attorney marketplace. We pride ourselves on being debtor's side attorneys, dedicated to providing rigorous defense against predatory collectors and creditors.
The attorneys of Lauber Dancey are Northwest natives, serving all of western Washington, with our home office in downtown Everett. We believe in providing access to justice, and are dedicated to flexible appointment times, as well as home-visits for individuals struggling with physical challenges.
Debt relief is all we do. Call us today.
Use an experienced attorney at Lauber Dancey to secure a debt settlement for pennies on the dollar. Don't settle for a debt consolidation company that simply can't deliver the results that an attorney can. Call us today, the consultation is free.
Debt settlement may be a good alternative to bankruptcy under certain circumstances. An attorney with Lauber Dancey will negotiate with your creditors to settle your unsecured debts for 20-50% less than what you owe. You may have heard of, or been involved with a debt relief or debt consolidation company that asks for money up front to reduce your debts. Those programs are typically scams and will not get you the same results an attorney at Lauber Dancey can secure for you. If you're being harassed by creditors, retain an attorney through our firm to re-direct those phone calls to us. Once you are represented, they can only talk to your attorney.
Creditors typically negotiate with debtors who are delinquent in their payments or are already suing the debtor. Creditors are willing to negotiate with bankruptcy attorneys and settle for a small percentage of the total amount owed because they understand that if the debtor files for bankruptcy, they will get nothing. No one makes this argument more convincingly than a bankruptcy attorney with Lauber Dancey.
Lauber Dancey attorneys have a long history of debt negotiations with successful results.
As in all legal matters, individual circumstances matter. Each client situation is different. Lump sum settlements are negotiated on a daily basis through the experienced attorneys at Lauber Dancey, so call us today to set up a free consultation with an attorney and stop creditors dead in their tracks.
What experience or education distinguishes your lawyers from others
Two attorneys, Ashley Lauber and Delaina Dancey started Lauber Dancey with a vision: two whip smart women attorneys who would take the time to listen to clients with compassion and understanding, expertly guiding them through complicated legal labyrinths. As a Lauber Dancey client, you will receive exceptional judgment-free advocacy from an attorney who is truly invested in helping you recover peace and stability in your financial life. We have helped hundreds of clients and appreciate all the unexpected circumstances that folks face in their lives.
Ms. Lauber graduated from Seattle University School of Law with a strong commitment to serving social justice and the public interest. During school, she participated in the Ronald Peterson Law Clinic's Predatory Lending program where she assisted homeowners in fighting banks to keep their homes during the economic downturn. She also volunteered with Multifaith Works, a community organization dedicated to the de-stimatization and support of individuals living with HIV and Aids. After graduation, Ms. Lauber was hired by a downtown Seattle firm where she learned bankruptcy law and met Ms. Dancey and saw the potential for important advocacy in debt relief services for folks struggling to find their financial stability. Now, an experienced debt negotiator, and bankruptcy practitioner, Ms. Lauber believes deeply in resolving issues of access to legal services and is proud to provide low-bono and sliding scale services through the firm. The Lauber Dancey firm is positioned to give you the most compassionate advocacy in the attorney marketplace. Relief is a phone call away.
Bar Number: 44099
Washington , 2011
Seattle University School of Law
Ms. Dancey has been an advocate for clients for more than 20 years. She is licensed to practice in both Washington and Georgia. Her experience includes family law, bankruptcy law, traffic citations and arbitration. Ms. Dancey focuses her practice on discovering the needs of her clients and working with them to craft a plan to resolve their case quickly and affordably. She has experience arguing before the court at trial, negotiating with bankruptcy Trustees, and working with banks, credit card companies, auto finance companies, utilities and other creditors. She is a strong advocate for her clients. Her goal is a successful resolution of her client's cases and she works tirelessly on their behalf.
Ms. Dancey graduated from Washington State University and studied law at Seattle University. She has a military family background and has lived in many unique locales including Adak Alaska and Reykjavik Iceland. She is an accomplished SCUBA diver in both cold and tropical waters. She is married to a local high-tech entrepreneur and has one daughter.
Bar Number: 23817
Washington , 1994
Seattle University School of Law
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