NEW YORK, Jan. 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Tayne Law Group, P.C., a full service debt resolution law firm, is announcing the launch of its franchise program. The law firm, with offices currently in Long Island, Manhattan, and Westchester, is now offering franchises in select markets within the United States. The program launch will mark the first law firm in New York State focusing solely in debt resolution and bankruptcy alternatives to franchise. For more information on Tayne Law Group Franchise Opportunities, please visit www.taynelawgroup.com/franchise or call 1-855-JOIN-TLG.
Opening its first location in Long Island in 2001, Tayne Law Group (TLG) continues to help thousands of New Yorkers resolve their debts for a fraction of their original amount. The "TLG experience" has uncovered unique and incredibly effective ways to negotiate with creditors and debt collectors in-house. The founding organization behind the up-and-coming debt resolution franchise regularly works with American Express, Visa, Macy's, Bank of America, and many other creditors to provide workable solutions for its clients. Founder, Leslie H. Tayne, Esq., expects all of its bankruptcy alternative franchises to also be able to have a similar positive impact on people's lives.
"With nearly 20 years of legal experience behind me, my mission is to build an environment of trust and comfort that puts clients on the path to financial freedom – and that provides legal professionals an incredibly effective way to build their practices," says Tayne. "I am very excited to expand TLG services through this truly unique franchise program."
TLG's mission is to reshape the debt resolution industry by giving clients a supportive and reliable environment built on experience, trust and results —and to provide that same type of environment for qualified professionals who join the franchise network.
Tayne Law Group expects to expand its debt resolution franchise nationwide with an initial focus on locations in the Northeast and South Florida.
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