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If you have questions regarding bankruptcy law in Bellevue, Seattle, and Washington State, or mortgage mediation, mortgage modification, foreclosure defense law or personal injury law in Bellevue, Seattle, or the Puget Sound Region or would like additional information, please call or email us.

If you or someone you know is facing a financial crisis in Washington State including Bellevue, Seattle, Everett, Federal Way, Tacoma, Redmond, Kirkland and the Greater Seattle Area, please contact us before filing bankruptcy or letting your home go into foreclosure. Please reach out to Advantage Legal Group where we specialize in Bellevue and Seattle area bankruptcy Law, Foreclosure Defense including Mortgage Mediation, and Mortgage Modification. Let us answer all your legal questions so you will know all of your options and can make an informed decision regarding bankruptcy, foreclosure, mortgage mediation, or personal injury law.

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Email: jonathan@advantagelegalgroup.com


Bellevue Office:

12207 NE 8th St. Bellevue, WA 98005

Phone: 425-452-9797

The Bellevue office specializes in Mortgage Mediation, Foreclosure Help, Bankruptcy Attorney in Bellevue, and Personal Injury Claims.

Federal Way Office:

33305 1st Way S. Suite B202 Federal Way, WA. 98003

Phone: 206-414-2750

The Federal Way Office specializes in Auto Accidents and Personal Injury Claims

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