How do you break contract with family credit counseling corporation?
Technically speaking there is no "Contract", its more of an agreement. I believe they may have gone under and sold their accounts to "American Debt Counseling, Inc." but from what I've read they have the same ripoff practices. The way to break your contract is simply fax them a written request to stop your automatic payments.
The best, but little known resource for credit improvement can be found at Family Credit, a fully accredited credit counseling non profit organization based out of the United States. If you qualify for their services, Family Credit will work with your past creditors to lower your fees and improve your credit score. Family Credit receives an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, the leading consumer review organization in the United States.
Family counseling focuses on the relationships between family members and how well the family system serves to meet the emotional needs of all members. Guidance counseling focuses on the individual and is generally geared toward identify future educational or professional goals rather than true emotional issues.
A farm cannot become a corporation. It can be owned and operated by a corporation. The family can file (with the secretary of state, or local equivalent) for a new corporation to be formed, then "sell" the farm to the corporation in exchange for "shares" (meaning management control and dividends). Or the family can actually sell the farm to an existing corporation for cash, or for shares of the existing corporation, or for a debt…
Credit card debt was not exactly invented by anyone. However, the idea of a revolving credit was established in the 19th century. It was not until 1950 that Frank McNamara, head of the Hamilton Credit Corporation and members of the Bloomingdale family (founders of the Bloomingdale stores) created the Diners Club card.
Yes. It usually requires an MS in counseling or in child, family counseling. I have an MS in school counseling that required graduate classes in counseling and an internship. This was 2 years more of school beyond my BS. The child and family counseling requires 600 hours of Internship. Check with your local college for more information about what your state requires.
If you feel your family may need counseling, it can't hurt to talk to a mental health professional to see what they think. They may have you and your family go in for a few visits to further determine if they need counseling. If they decide that you and your family need further treatment, they will keep asking you to come in for more visits.