Are debt collectors or companies calling your cell phone without permission.  Often calls come through with a delay before anyone on the other end says anything, or sometimes you receive calls with a pre-recorded message.  If you are getting these calls, please call us for more information or click here to read more.
Often lenders, debt collectors and companies make profitability and efficiency their top priority. We cannot fault that. But if greed and sloppiness take over and those efforts come illegally and improperly at your expense, you should assert your rights.
Credit reports are rarely accurate. They often contain all your information saved with everyone else’s information. The search algorithm is supposed to filter out obsolete information and information that doesn’t belong to you. But, that often does not work, and so there are errors and inaccuracies.
Meet with an attorney face to face, and get your questions answered, FOR FREE.  We’ll take as long as you need, and you’ll get all your questions answered. By the time you leave, you’ll know whether or not we can help you, and, if we can help you, exactly what we can do and exactly what it will cost.

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About Us


Attorney Michael Sices is admitted to practice law throughout the state of Texas and is Board Certified Consumer & Commercial Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He primarily handles consumer litigation against abusive debt collectors, banks, and insurance companies in the northern and eastern districts of Texas.  Michael attended college at Washington University in St. Louis and graduated in the top of his class at Valparaiso University Law School in 1994. Michael was an Articles Editor for the Valparaiso Law Journal and a Legal Writing Teaching Assistant.  Read more…