Oak View Law Group helps clients get out of debt with 11 legal options. A few of the areas they focus on include debt consolidation, chapter 13 bankruptcy, chapter 7 bankruptcy, and debt settlement. This review focuses on the debt settlement service they provide. The company features an online dashboard as well as high customer satisfaction. While the company is a law firm rather than a company that specializes in debt settlement, many customers have loved this aspect. On the downside, Oak View Law Group is missing major industry accreditations.
- Website has online resources and tools – debt calculators, infographics, blogs, etc.
- They are FTC compliant
- Available in 46 states (they do not service WI, VT, CO, or CT)
Oak View Law Group (OVLG) has been helping people since 2007. According to their website, they have an 84 percent client satisfaction rating.
We really like to see it when companies offer online dashboards to help clients see all of their information. With Oak View Law Group’s dashboard users can view signed creditor paperwork, edit personal information, view their credit analysis, submit support requests, add notes to the account, and more. This adds to the level of transparency that OVLG offers to its clients.
The advantage to working with OVLG is you’re actually working with a law firm, not a company that specializes in debt settlement. Because they are a law firm, they guarantee that their panel of attorneys will get you out of debt without breaking any laws. Being a law firm also means that they will give their clients legal counsel on each debt. Reviewers continually mention that they love working with Oak View Law Group representatives.
- Clients must pay taxes on certain debts
- No major industry accreditations (AFCC, or IAPDA)
The major concern with using Oak View Law Group is their lack of accreditations. They are not accredited with the IAPDA – an important certificate for debt specialists that accounts for debt laws and legislation. The company is missing an accreditation with the AFCC. These two associations, the AFFC and the IAPDA, are probably the most important accreditations a company can have in this industry. This makes it difficult to recommend a company when it does not hold either.
Oak View Law Group has not disclosed its prices or its minimum debt requirement.