If you are either considering contesting an SBA debt or DOT collection problem without "licensed" professional representation (which actually means hiring a federally authorized SBA Workout Attorney or Treasury Department Practitioner) or by "doing it yourself" then we ask that you take a look at a basic maze dealing with a specific aspect of federal administrative law. And note, this maze only deals with federal rule making and does not even address federal adjudication, which is very common with respect to deciding SBA and DOT issues.
So, click here to get an idea of what the federal bureaucratic maze looks like with respect to the administrative context regarding federal rule making issues: federal administrative rule making maze.
You should not have to struggle to settle SBA debt on your own. Instead, turn to one of our attorneys who specializes in SBA OIC claims. We are dedicated to helping you settle SBA loan default.
If you are struggling with circumstances that involve SBA loan default or a DOT collection problem, you deserve professional help! Our attorneys all know how to win SBA OIC and DOT collection cases. If you contact us, we will help you settle SBA debt once and for all. After you schedule an appointment, you will confer with a dedicated SBA OIC and DOT collection defense lawyer who can help you through your administrative legal battle. After your claim is resolved, you will never again have to worry about your SBA loan default or DOT collection problem haunting you. Our team of lawyers has assisted many clients through the years. Now it is your turn! You truly can settle SBA debt for good!
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