Being Sued By Citibank in Texas?

Do Not Let Citibank Intimidate You

When a big bank like Citibank sues you for debt, it’s understandable to feel overwhelmed and stressed. You probably feel like you have no options to you and that there is no one to help you through it. Citibank will use fear to force you into settlements that aren’t beneficial to you or your needs. Mastriani Law Firm will fight against the scare tactics of Citibank on your behalf. We understand your hardship it out of your control and will help you get out of debt. Our attorneys carry plenty of experience and a high success rate.

Alternative to Bankruptcy or Debt Consolidation

Our firm knows that oftentimes people who fall into debt are hardworking and have landed in financial trouble as a result of unforeseen circumstances. We want you to know that you are not alone. We are with you through every step of the process. Debt defense attorney John Mastriani has represented thousands of consumers who have experienced the same situation. His expertise can help you get results.

We believe that debt settlement is the best solution to avoiding bankruptcy and debt consolidation because there are no negative residuals to settling like there are with these other methods. Using a settlement approach, we can help significantly decrease principal and interest that you owe. This protects you from damaging consequences that follow bankruptcy and debt consolidation while still receiving their same benefits.

Contact a Proven Debt Defense Lawyer if Citibank Has Sued You | Free Consultation

Call Mastriani Law Firm, PC, at 888-392-8121 or 713-665-1777 for a free consultation. We will explain your options and how our services work. If you don’t think you can afford to pay a lawyer, on top of your monthly debt payments, we can even discuss a payment plan that works within your budget.

Call us toll free at 888-392-8121 or contact our office by email to arrange a free initial consultation with a Fort Bend County credit card lawsuit defense attorney at Mastriani Law Firm today.

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