Flitter Milz is a pioneer in consumer protection law – we literally helped write the book. Our lawyers have been asked to educate judges, other attorneys, law students and the media in the intricate web of regulations and court developments that form the fabric of consumer protection law. Many of our cases have broken new ground in consumer protection in state and federal courts.
Whether or not you fell behind on payments in the past, you have rights. Flitter Milz can navigate the consumer maze for you and get results, as our lawyers have for over three decades. If we determine there is a case, we will pursue your rights in court with no out of pocket cost to you.
Flitter Milz has helped people like you fight against abusive collection agencies and law firms for over 20 years.
Contact us today, for a free legal review of collection calls or letters you’ve received. Whether you fell behind on payments or not, if the collector violated the law, you can sue and the collector will be responsible for the legal fees.
Our lawyers don’t just practice consumer law – they litigate the tough cases that make new law.
Did you know in 83 of 97 urban cities in America, over 85% of African American and Hispanic students that attend public schools qualify as poor or low-income?
Money Talks Edu is a solution for inner-city youth growing up in poverty today. We’re giving them the financial literacy skills they need to break the cycle of generational poverty.
Our mission is to ensure that personal finance-focused programs and professional development resources are affordable and accessible to teens in underserved schools and communities is powerful and could change how the next generation of youths view society and shape the world. At Money Talks Edu, We're helping Youth Beat Poverty! Join the movement!
Project LYFT is a federally funded program to establish community learning centers that offer academic and enrichment opportunities to youth, particularly students who attend high-poverty and low-performing schools.
3-Day Money Camp For Teens
Money Talks Edu financial literacy competition encourages children to learn about money, the value of money, the use of money, and the importance of understanding money as an asset to use on their behalf.
Our virtual classrooms are led by educators and advocates who aim to make financial literacy easy to learn for both parents and their children.
Photo: Jack Horchar, Life Coach, Crystal Evans, Money Talks Edu Founder & President at State Representative Joanna McClinton's Economic Empowerment Symposium.
Money Talks Edu Personal Finance Crash Course empowers students with the fundamental concepts of personal finance. Through our free app powered by Thinkific, students learn to be financially responsible by mastering budgeting, credit management, and debt management.