Stephen G. Cobb - Florida Criminal Defense Lawyer

How Can I Find Lawyers That Take Payment Plans In Fort Walton Beach, Niceville Or Destin?


Disclaimer: This article is in response to questions frequently asked of Mr. Cobb and is an unedited dictation transcript. Just like talk to text on your smartphone, there may be misspelled words or sentence fragments.

This is a very simple question. Cobb law firm takes payments for criminal defense and DUI defense cases. Criminal defense is all we do. I just happen to be certified as a specialist in criminal trial law by the Florida Bar Association. There is not another lawyer in the entire county that has that type of certification. They may have various different bluffs and puff social media fake reviews that make them look good, but the reality is virtually no one has the actual trial experience required to become a certified specialist. At the same time, money does not grow on trees, and people have a right to be concerned about the affordability of legal fees. One of the most commonly googled questions is how much will a criminal defense or a DUI defense lawyer cost?

Over the past number of years, the way that the companies do credit scoring, and grading people have become stricter. People are legitimately concerned about not being able to get a loan. If it were ten years ago, they would not have a problem getting a loan or getting a credit card, but in today’s world, it is much more difficult. The way we take payments was specifically designed for criminal and DUI defense cases. Credit approval is based on criteria other than just a credit score. Many of the lenders that we work with are looking for financial stability.

Each person gets between approximately twelve months to five years in order to pay the loan back. The loan’s interest rate is comparable with other interest rates had they been able to qualify for a loan, or get a credit card. Approval as I mentioned, is based on a number of factors, and of course, not everybody is guaranteed to be approved. That is the reality. One of the key features of this is traditional financing, in a way for looking for the cream of the crop. The people who have virtually perfect credit records. In reality, most criminal defense clients do not have credit scores that high. They are not going to have 800 to 850 credit scores. In fact, the average American has a credit score below 650, and they find themselves unable to get any kind of credit whatsoever. We can help with that.

Everybody knows that people with high credit scores can get a loan for paying off their legal defense. However, for people with real, or no credit, or bad credit, that is not the case. We have customized packages that consider each legal consumer’s needs, and they can get a loan that is anywhere from a few hundred dollars all the way up to $40,000, and in some cases higher. It takes just seconds to get approval online, and then from there, a lawyer can get started on your case.

Disclaimer: This article is in response to questions frequently asked of Mr. Cobb and is an unedited dictation transcript. Just like talk to text on your smartphone, there may be misspelled words or sentence fragments.

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Stephen G. Cobb, Esq.

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