Woodbridge, NJ, October 17, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Back on Track Credit Repair Essay Contest Winner Receives Free Legal Help.
John M. Amorison, Esquire knows what it’s like for families to hit tough times. He sees it every day in his practice -- he specializes in, among other things, family law and bankruptcy services and credit repair. He also knows how difficult it can be to get back on track and he’s announced a new contest to help those who need it.
The Back on Track Credit Repair Essay Contest -- a nationwide contest where entrants will submit their stories telling why they need the help – will award one winner Free Legal services to help repair credit problems with three major credit reporting agencies, Equifax, Trans-union and Experian (valued at up to $1,000). The runner up will receive a $250 discount coupon for legal services with Amorison.
“In light of the credit crisis today and the $700 billion bailout Congress is deciding, a person's credit score is and will be crucial to obtain even basic lines of credit (credit cards) as well as reasonable interest rates on mortgages and car loans,” says Amorison.
From October 1st through October 31st, all essays should be submitted to CreditRepairEssay@yahoo.com. John Amorison will review all entries and will choose the finalists. See www.legalspeakwithjohn.blogspot.com for more information.
About John Amorison, Esquire
Amorison runs a full-service law firm, including divorce, litigation and business contracts, specializing in credit repair, debt consolidation and negotiation. He has been a legal consultant on the Fox mega-hit medical drama “House,” and he has been awarded a high legal ability and very high ethical rating by Martindale-Hubbell, a rating system for members of the worldwide legal community. He has been interviewed by MSN Money, AARP, Bankrate.com, Everyday Wealth, and Parade magazines.
Editors: John M. Amorison is a great interview. He has been interviewed by noted financial columnist Liz Pulliam Weston, http://www.asklizweston.com/, been a guest on WDEL’s Delaware Stories and EverydayWealth Radio; www.everydaywealthradio.com, www.bankrate.com. Contact: Lisa Iannucci, firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also reach John Amorison directly at email@example.com. For more information on John, visit his website at http://www.amorisonlaw.com/.