Many important financial commitments in life require good credit, including owning a home, being approved for a loan, and buying a car. So what are you to do when your credit history prohibits you from attaining life’s necessities because of mistakes and errors in your reports?
The obvious solution is to improve your credit, but that could take years if done on your own, and some of us can’t wait that long. And credit is a fickle beast. There are several ever-changing laws and regulations surrounding the credit industry, and for the average person, understanding all of them is insuperable.
Lexington Law’s Directing Attorney, John C. Heath
Lexington Law, based in North Salt Lake City, Utah, has been advocating for individuals who have mistakes on their credit reports for a number of years. Lexington’s team of lawyers and paralegals understand these laws and regulations, and they have represented hundreds of thousands of clients who have worked to correct their credit reports and improve their scores.
“Lexington enacts change for our people,” said John C. Heath, the firm’s Directing Attorney. “We leverage our experience and give people a chance at better credit and a better life.”
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