How Can We Help You With Mandarich Law Group?

We have helped our clients beat Mandarich Law Group and we can help you.  Mandarich Law Group is a debt collection law firm, though most of its employees are NOT lawyers.  Mandarich does not typically purchase debts, but it represents other debt purchasers and creditors.  Mandarich Law Group carries out standard debt collection activities (letters and telephone calls) and it files debt collection lawsuits.

The Fullman Firm, California’s Leading Debt Relief Attorneys, can help


Don’t Delay!

Take action now to stop a default judgment against you. Don’t let the debt collector seize your bank accounts, garnish your wages, or file a lien against your property.

We Can Help.

You can settle for much less than the debt collector’s first demand. Many of our clients pay little or nothing to debt purchasers.* If you choose to settle, clients who show strength to debt purchasers usually settle their cases for about one-third of the amount demanded in the lawsuit.

Respond to the Lawsuit.

Only a properly prepared response will push back at the debt collector and put you in a position to win or settle for a reasonable amount. Did you receive Request for Admissions or Interrogatories? We’ll prepare your response.

Where’s the Evidence?

Demand a copy of the debt collector’s file!

Direct Relationship with Your Attorney.

You will have the same attorney through the whole case and you can telephone or message your attorney directly.

We Will Guide You.

Settle or Fight? The choice is yours. We will help you decide which is best for you.

When debt collectors realize you are not backing down they often dismiss their case or settle for much less than their original demand.

We have helped our clients beat MANDARICH LAW GROUP and we can help you.

Find Out: Call 877-227-2872.

To learn how we can help you, call us at (877) 227-2872.

T.P. hired us after CACH LLC and Mandarich Law Group hit him with a bank levy, taking $8,000.  After some research we learned that they had obtained a default judgment for $26,767, but they had not given T.P. proper notice of the lawsuit. The Fullman Firm got the judgment vacated, got the $8,000 returned to T.P., and then won the case at trial.