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Litigation Practice Group: Did You Get The Morning Law Group Email?

Written by Ben Tejes
Updated Nov 21st, 2023
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Ascend's goal is to help people get out of debt cheaper, easier and faster, and we found that it was helpful to provide up-to-date information about Litigation Practice Group. If you have debt with Litigation Practice Group that needs to be resolved, please consider taking our free debt resolution option calculator to compare options as the debt may be behind and may result in debt collection lawsuits.

Please also considering watching our "DON'T do debt validation before..."Youtube video covering how Litigation Practice Groups debt validation program works and alternatives.

11/21/2023 Update: LPG's accounts are now with Morning Law Group per an email that may have been sent on or around November 16th. We wrote an article covering what we know about Morning Law Group, and we also shot this Morning Law Group video.

9/26/2023 Update: Google marked Litigation Practice Group as permanently closed, pending the sale to Morning Law Group, but what is Morning Law Group?

8/16/2023 Update: Many people have been SUED for the unpaid debt, which is why they are looking into how to get a refund from Litigation Practice Group and cancel their LPG account.

We built the following debt relief calculator to help you understand how to resolve your debt if you've been sued and if your debt has actually not been addressed since starting the LPG program.

7/13/2013 Update: We received notification that the special counsel to the Chapter 11 trustee has ordered a sale of Litigation Practice Group. Did you receive an email such as the one below?

Apparently, the sale may produce a fund which consumer clients who were harmed by former management's role can file claims of compensation, but it's unclear from the email how to file your claim and how much the claim would be. It's unclear as well which law firm would want to purchase Litigation Practice Group considering what has transpired over the last year.

Picture of the most recent Litigation practice group email covering the sale

6/6/2023 Update: We corresponded with an individual who stated that they received the following text message, "Hello, I am an ex LPG employee. I saw your number on the comment section of an article about LPG. LPG sold your account to Phoenix law. Phoenix Law is actually same as LPG, same head attorney and owner. The attorney is barred from practicing. Phoenix Law is a Trojan horse company stealing people's hard earned money. I found out all this after I was fired from LPG and they filed BK. LPG and Phoenix Law and Oakstone law are all going through an investigation as we speak. Call Phoenix law 424-622-4044 and demand to speak to Ty Carrs and demand your money back. These are not good people. Their office is being investigated by the BK trustee. It's on the news. They scam elderly as a form of debt resolution. It's all BS. Send me a confirmation that you got this but please don't expect a reply. My job is to spread the news because yall deserve it to know. God bless and good luck."

May 19th, 2023 Update: We just shot the video below to help you understand what is going with Litigation Practice Group.

May 4, 2023 Update: We dug into the multiple lawsuits against Litigation Practice Group and potentially tied entities, and just wrote this article covering Litigation Practice Group lawsuit.

May 3, 2023 Update: 1) We have heard a report that an individual has been charged with two different charge descriptions: Legal 1 Services and Monthly Legal Service. 

May 1, 2023 Update: We have heard reports that some people who have been transferred may have been double charged with charge descriptions of Touzi Capital and Guardian Processing.

You may have joined Litigation Practice Group / Gallant Law Group / Valiant Law Group for debt validation or debt relief and received an email about getting transferred to Consumer Legal Group, Phoenix Law (with a mailer similar to the one below), Oakstone Law Group, Greyson Law, or Gallant Law PC. We are first going to cover the following before getting into the details about Litigation Practice Group:

1. What is Going On?
2. How To Stop Debits? Can You Get A Refund? Do You Contact Phoenix Law or Litigation Practice Group?
3. How to Handle The Debt Now That It's Behind To Avoid Debt Lawsuits

What is Going On with Litigation Practice Group?

Firstly, we found a recent new lawsuit that Naz II Holiding is suing the Litigation Practice Group on 1/9/2023. Accordingly, the lawsuit alleges that Tony Diab has been running the Litigation Practice Group with Tony Diab being a disbarred attorney for ethics violations, including diverting settlement funds that were due to his client into his own bank account. From this lawsuit, it does not appear that Litigation Practice Group continues to operate separately as many people seem to be getting emails from Phoenix Law. Please note that I could not find Daniel Marsh named in this lawsuit.

Next, we found that on 3/20/2023, Litigation Practice Group filed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy in California. You may have tried to find the Litigation Practice Group refund policy, but found that it is going to an error terms and conditions page. Also, if you were assigned an LPG attorney before February 2023, you may realize that attorney may be in the dark like you are with the new developments as many of those attorneys may not have directly worked for LPG, but just served as a local counsel for its cases in those states.

Also, you may be wondering, “Should I continue pursuing debt invalidation with Phoenix, Oakstone, Gallant, etc.?”

One question that may be helpful to ask yourself is whether any of the debt is actually legitimate. I saw one debt invalidation company enroll a Chase account.

Why would Chase ever not be able to validate a valid the debt?

We will cover refunds and more next.

What Are the Companies LPG is Transferring You To?

Phoenix Law appears to have a brand new website, so it's unclear whether this is just an extension of Litigation Practice Group. For example, take a look at how recently the Phoenix Law website appeared that was published. Firstly, it appears from Wayback Machine that the Phoenix Law website's first actual crawl was on February 12, 2023 (source) with the previous crawl in 2022, just stating that the website was for sale. 

Phoenix Law website appears to have just been crawled for first time on February 12, 2023

Is Litigation Practice Group still in Business?

It's currently unclear whether Litigation Practice Group is still in business, as it's currently in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy. With Chapter 11 bankruptcy, often companies would like to stay in business.

In a recent Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings call, the representative stated that Litigation Practice once had 400 employees, and now has only 4 employees.

Can You Get A Refund?

Firstly, if you do want to cancel, you may want to contact your bank to disallow any future withdrawals. See the BBB complaint from 2/6/2023 that states that it appears that the company is continuing to debit bank accounts even when the account had wished to be canceled. We have the phone numbers of these firms, so feel free to give us a call at 833-272-3631, and we can direct you to their phone number.

BBB complaint stating that Litigation Practice Group is debiting after cancellation.

Secondly, how do you get a refund for the money you put into the account? It appears that some people were frustrated going through normal communication channels, but at least one BBB complaint response shows that LPG is stating that it is processing refunds, but it's unclear whether you have to do a BBB complaint to see a refund.

BBB complaint show LPG states that it has processed a refund.

Will Phoenix Law or Oakstone Process a Refund?

From one BBB complaint, the individual stated that a company has purchased Litigation Practice Group's accounts and that they were not entitled to give a refund.

Let's cover your options to handle the debt post-cancellation.

What Can You Do With Your Negatively Affected Credit Score And With The Debt?

This is where Ascend comes in. We can help with understanding your options post-LPG cancellation to get out of debt. Unlike LPG, we maintain a 5.0 rating on Google based on 195 reviews (source). Here is something you can do now: 

1) Fill out the form below with your most pressing Litigation Practice Group questions.
2) Take our free debt relief cost and options calculator. Not even an email address is required unless you'd like some free analysis of your options. You have options to eliminate the debt. This is exactly why we built a free debt relief cost comparison calculator so that you are MOST informed. It can help you estimate how much debt relief costs in comparison to other options you have to resolve this debt.

Now that you understand more about the company and alternatives., let’s look at the Litigation Practice Group reviews.

What is a Litigation Practice Group?

You may have come through to Litigation Practice Group (ie. LPG Law) from Debt Advisors of America or from a Google search. What is Litigation Practice Group? What are the reviews? 

We will address these questions and more, so let’s get started.

Are you willing to share about your experience with the Litigation Practice Group? If so, we would love to hear from you. Please fill out this form to learn more.

According to BBB, Litigation services provide a variety of legal services to debtors to help address their debt, including validation of debts, bankruptcy and debt defense.It appears one of the things Litigation Practice Group does is debt relief, also known as debt settlement or debt consolidation.

Now, if you are struggling with debt and wondering what to do next, we built a free, unbiased debt options comparison calculator (not even an email address is required) that provides a wide range of debt options that may be able to fit your budget. The data is personalized to your income and expenses, so you can get accurate costs, pros and cons, and options. Debt settlement may be a great option for you, but it's helpful to understand each of your options.

Debt relief may be a good option if you face financial hardship as you can save money because the firm will try to settle the debts for potentially 50% of what is owed.

The challenge is that the company settles your debts one by one when the accounts fall behind. As your accounts fall behind, your credit score may be negatively affected and you may face debt collection lawsuits. Did Debt Advisors of America or Litigation Practice Group share the cons of debt relief?

LPG Law Lawsuit: 

When researching Litigation Practice Group, you may have also seen the potential Litigation Practice Group class action lawsuit filed in March 2022.

In the lawsuit, the plaintiff alleges violations of the Georgia debt adjustment act and the credit repair organizations act. In the lawsuit, the plaintiff argues that LPG Law paid itself for services not yet rendered, arguing that LPG violated the CROA.

Furthermore, the lawsuit alleges that the fee obtained by LPG was in excess of the 7.5% fee permitted in Georgia. 

On page 7, LPG denied the allegations and filed a notice of removal.

Let’s look at alternatives to Litigation Practice Group.

Litigation Practice Group Reviews

In this section, we will cover the BBB reviews, Google reviews, Yelp reviews, Indeed reviews and Glassdoor reviews.

BBB Reviews

Litigation Practice Group has a 3.01 based on 391 customer reviews, but it has 438 complaints in 3 years with 86.5% (379 complaints) of the complaints happening in the last 12 months.

With 379 complaints in the last 12 months, I thought it would be interesting to jump into the complaints to see what individuals were complaining about.

BBB Complaints

One reviewer stated that he/she was in the program for 2 months and argues that his/her credit score had fallen and that he/she called for a refund, but none was given. The individual stated that another payment was then taken. Based on updated made with debt relief companies, a debt relief firm generally only should take its fees after a settlement has been made.

This complaint alleges that the couple thought they were applying for a debt consolidation loan, but only qualified for this program. The individual stated that they signed up, but then realized that there were 36 pages of BBB complaints, so they attempted to cancel the program. The couple stated that the company still tried to take the funds from their bank account, but the couple stated they were smart and closed the bank account.

Now, let’s take a look at the Google reviews.

Google Reviews 

At the time of this writing, Litigation Practice Group maintains a 3.7 based on 368 reviews

When reviewing reviews, you may want to see: 1) The most recent reviews as it provides a look at individuals recent experience 2) The lowest reviews to see if anyone had a negative experience.

With Litigation Group, here were the most recent reviews at the time of this writing. One individual alleges that the company took over $15,000 from them. The other individual alleges that there is no one able to speak with them, and that the representative would let someone know, but the reviewer stated that no one gets back to them.

Not all of the reviews are negative though. A positive LPG review stated that the individual has been with the company for 2 years and is almost debt free.

Let's consider potential employee reviews of LPG law.

LPG Law Employee Reviews

Both Indeed and Glassdoor both provide opportunities to employees to review their company. This may provide an inside look of how Litigiation Practice Group employees appreciate the job, but it cannot be confirmed that these are actually employees, so take it for what it is.

For these reviews, Litigation Practice Group has a 1.9 based on 8 Indeed reviews 

In addition, LPG Law has had a 2.1 based on 6 Glassdoor reviews at the time of this writing.


If you are currently enrolled with Litigation Practice Group, hopefully this article helps you understand the reviews and how the company works.

You may have a few options if any of these apply to you:

  1. Choose which debts to pay each month.
  2. Live check to check with an increasing debt balance each month.
  3. Experienced financial hardship

For example, you may qualify for nonprofit credit counseling or another less expensive debt relief program or debt payoff planning or bankruptcy.

If you are struggling with debt, Ascend’s mission is to help inform you about your options to help you get out of debt cheaper, easier and faster. As such we built the following free debt freedom calculator to help you understand options such as debt payoff planning, non profit credit counseling, debt settlement and bankruptcy, including personalized cost estimated based on where you live.