Don’t Be Afraid to See us for Financial Help

I looked at my schedule today and a number of prospective clients were scheduled to come in, similar to most of my days. Most of them will show up. However, sometimes one or two may not, and they may not tell us that they aren’t coming in. This gives me time to think about why they may not show up, and to write blog articles like this one. Why wouldn’t someone come in to see us? The consultation is free, after all. We are here to help you with your financial situation.

I certainly understand the fear of attorneys. We have the reputation of being intimidating. Fancy outfits. Egotistical. Mean. Some  people think we are going to yell at them, or look down at what they have done to get into financial trouble.

When it comes to Steidl and Steinberg, nothing can be further from the truth. Recently a client couldn’t thank me enough for how she was treated from the first time she called our office. She said my law partner made her feel comfortable immediately and made scheduling and having the consultation much easier. After meeting with me, she commented again how comfortable she felt and how quickly we responded to her call.  That was not the case with some other firms she had called.

And that is why she chose Steidl & Steinberg to handle her case. She liked that we took the time to talk with her, not at her. And we listened.

We understand it is difficult to talk about your financial situation. This is your financial life we are talking about. But we are here to help you and make the process more simple and less stressful.

Give us a call or drop us an e-mail and you’ll find that we are not the least bit intimidating. You might even like us and what we have to say.

12 Responses to Don’t Be Afraid to See us for Financial Help

  1. Thank You so much for all of your help. I am able to sleep at night peacefully now. You will never know the fear that being in a situation that you can not change can do to a person. You feel hopeless. I am so glad that I called you. You were so caring and helpful.Thank you, Kenny from the bottom of my heart. Feel free to use my comments.

  2. Hello, I need some advice about the debt I owe. I am a 61 yr old teacher. I own my home and my car, however, I have over 20,000 in debt in credit, a 40,000 home equity loan with a credit union, and 100,000 in student loans. I have to start paying my student loans out of hardship again, and I just don’t know how I can make the student loan payments without not paying my other creditors. I am not late on any credit cards at this time, I am up to date. My taxes are up to date for my home. I can set up an appointment in the MOnroeville Office for a free consult.

    • Hello,
      I have about $30,000 in CC dept right now. My son has about 60,000 in student loans that I co signed for and he stopped paying so now they are going after me. A 15,0000 personal loan..
      Anyway besides suicide to get out of this?

      • Hello,

        Thank you for contacting Steidl & Steinberg with your financial question. I have forwarded your e-mail to one of our attorneys and you will be contacted soon about your situation.

        Once again, thank you for contacting Steidl & Steinberg.

        Tom Rose

    • Hi, Michelle. I am Kenny Steinberg, the one with the ponytail.
      The answer is…….hopefully! We would need much more information from you including income into the household, typical expenses, assets (do you own a house or car?), and some additional details so that we can give you the best answer.
      Give us a call at 800-360-9392 and ask for any of the attorneys who are available to speak with you. We will see what’s up and hopefully give you some good ideas to help you resolve your situation.
      Kenny Steinberg

  3. My girlfriend has an old college loan with a principal of about $35,000.00. They have her only paying the interest at about $250.00 person that for quite some time now. Is this something that is negotiable? I think she was taken advantage of. Single mom who owns her own home.

    • Martin,

      I have forwarded your question to an attorney for their evaluation.

      Thank you for contacting Steidl & Steinberg.

      Tom Rose

  4. Hello,
    Question about property taxes in Fayette County pa.
    I built a new home and have inherited a small home in Fayette County. Got laid off from a good job several years ago and having a hard time keeping up with my taxes. I was on a payment plan for my new house but just couldn’t keep up.
    Is there any help in Fayette County so I could get caught up?

    • Hello Mr. Gregory,

      Thank you for contacting Steidl & Steinberg. We have offices in Uniontown and Belle Vernon that are convenient for people who live in Fayette County to meet and talk with our attorneys for a free consultation regarding your financial situation. You may call our office at 412-391-8000 and ask to speak with Attorney Abby Steidl, who handles our Uniontown office, or Attorney Chris Frye, who is the attorney who handles the Belle Vernon office. Either attorney would be happy to speak with you regarding your situation.

      Once again, thank you for contacting Steidl & Steinberg.

      Tom Rose

  5. I have a question I have a over 10,000 in credit card debt. And other bills I don’t want to file bankruptcy just would like to consolide my bills can you help with that?

    • Hi Kellie,

      Thank you for contacting Steidl & Steinberg. We help people who are interested in filing for bankruptcy. We do not handle bill consolidation programs.

      Once again, thank you for your interest.

      Tom Rose

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