If you’ve been receiving communications from the law firm of Frederick J. Hanna & Associates, there’s a pretty good chance that you have a past due debt hanging over your head, and your account ended up with this law firm for the purpose of collection. So, what should you do?
First, don’t panic. Even though this account will likely end up as a debt collection lawsuit if you do not take steps to address it, you still have time to work something out.
Frederick J. Hanna and Associates – One of the Good Guys in Debt Collection
Most employees of Frederick Hanna’s law firm are compliant with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and they will do everything in their power to ensure that they follow the laws that are in place to protect consumers. So, if you have an account with this law firm it’s highly likely that you will be able to resolve this matter. Despite the ramblings of others who may have posted complaints about Frederick J. Hanna & Associates, Fred Hanna is a gentleman and a professional; I have personally been in touch with him, and found him to be extremely intelligent, kind and cooperative – and I repeat – professional.
While you may end up talking with one of his employees, who may not be quite as professional as Fred, you can be confident that in the end you will be able to work out an arrangement with this law firm. If possible, I suggest doing so through debt settlement so that you can pay your account for less than the full balance. If you run into a problem working with Frederick J. Hanna & Associates, feel free to contact Donaldson Williams. I have a wonderful working relationship with Mr. Hanna, and you will be pleased with the end result. You’ll also be pleasantly surprised to learn just how reasonable our fees are, allowing you to save a significant amount of the money you owe.
One other word of caution: When an account lands with Frederick J. Hanna and Associates, it usually means that the account is headed toward a lawsuit, so please do everything in your power to work with this law firm prior to a lawsuit being filed. Obviously, the last thing you’ll want to face is a lawsuit if you’re already having difficulty paying your bills.