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Macey Bankruptcy Law Partners With HELPS to Protect Senior Citizens


April 10, 2012 - Chicago, IL

The nation's leading bankruptcy firm, Macey Bankruptcy Law, just signed a new partnership with HELPS, a nonprofit law firm that represents senior citizens dealing with harassing debt collectors.

There are over 40 million senior citizens in America and over half of them are in debt. All of them are potential victims of harassing debt collectors. The new partnership will enable HELPS to not only stop abusive phone calls but allow Macey Bankruptcy Law to assist HELPS clients that are better suited for bankruptcy.

"When Eric Olsen, managing partner of HELPS, reached out to me and asked for help in advising his senior clients I felt honored and at the same time a sense of responsibility," says Jeffrey Aleman, Senior Partner of Macey Bankruptcy Law. "HELPS assists many seniors who survive on very little income. For those who need to file bankruptcy we have agreed to assist them at a discount. It's the least my firm can do given the circumstances surrounding seniors and their mounting debt."

The attorneys at Macey Bankruptcy Law are pleased to offer their insight on bankruptcy and urge anyone going through financial problems to consider bankruptcy as an option paralleled with HELPS creditor harassment defense. Senior citizens often times do not know they have the power to take control of their debt; HELPS and Macey Bankruptcy Law can help unlock that power.

"I look forward to assisting as many seniors as we can and growing our relationship with HELPS for years to come," says Aleman.

Macey Bankruptcy Law encourages senior citizens and people of any age who are dealing with financial issues to seek help. If you are a senior citizen in debt, you are not alone in your fight. HELPS and Macey Bankruptcy Law are dedicated to helping you get back on track.

For more information about Macey Bankruptcy Law firm and HELPS please visit www.maceybankruptcylaw.com

www.helpsishere.org

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