Does anyone know about this law firm, Hunt & Henriques in San Jose, CA.
They said this in the letter, "If you want to resolve this matter without a lawsuit, you must pay the outstanding balance stated above to satisfy your account"
If they are serious of suing me, can I file bankrupt. When is the best time to file bankrupt? I'm actually in a settlement program with "Solve Debts" located in San Francisco. 4 of my accounts has been threaten with this kind of letters. If they do sue, I really want to file bankrupt. My credit history is nothing to me anyways. I'm not buying houses and new cars. I'm just afraid of that they do wages garnishment. Thats why I like to file bankrupt. Any advice.
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