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  1. Hi everyone; I'm a newbie here and feeling way in over my head, needing some advice and wisdom from all your experience. I reside in California. I got a notice of intention dated 7/18/2017 to sue (and incur court costs) from Mandarich Law Group on behalf of Cavalry SPV for a $8900 Citibank CC balance. Last payment made 12/2013 (4 yr Cali statute of limitations not up yet). I have not yet been served any court papers. Like most people who find themselves in this predicament, I'm going thru a tough time financially and cannot pay this loan off, so it went delinquent. Now I'm in a state of near panic wondering the best strategy is short of declaring bankruptcy. I have NOT contacted Mandarich to negotiate a settlement. I'm not well versed in the arts of negotiations, and even less in the law, So, I have been speaking to a few law firms to get some options offered to me, none of which feel all kosher! Without naming names; One suggests telling Mandarich the intention to file bankrupcy, but keep putting it off until the SOL clock runs out. (for a fee of $500) One will charge $595 to negotiate a debt settlement and also get a 5% bonus for moneys saved in the process. and so on... questions: can I use the remaining 5 months left on the statute of limitations to my advantage (running out the shot clock, as it were)? Should I refrain from calling Mandarich directly and offer say 10% ( i know that is unlikely)? what are the risks of dealing with these sharks? Is it a good idea to retain legal council, and more importantly ; how do i find an honest one?? I'm trying to get this dark cloud from over my head and get this off my back. ANY advice would be appreciated!! Thanks.