Helping people get out of debt and improve their credit is more than a job for the expert credit repair team at White Jacobs, it is part of a philosophy. At White Jacobs, we understand how tough times, life events and just plain bad luck can cause even the most responsible people to fall behind and slip into debt. It is our personal mission to help people, just like you, to overcome debt and get back on your feet.
Since we have been in business, White Jacobs has provided credit repair assistance to over 10,000 clients. Our services include removing inaccurate and negative items from credit reports, consumer legal services, attorney referrals, debt negotiation and debt settlement.
At White Jacobs, our goal is to give you the fresh start you deserve by drastically reducing the debt you owe, repairing derogatory items on your credit report and, when necessary, assisting with legal referral for bankruptcy.
We want to help you by getting your creditors to stop harassing you and enabling you to obtain credit in the future.
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Our process was designed by renowned Consumer Advocate and Attorney Jason Lee Van Dyke. As an owner and General Counsel of White, Jacobs and Associates, his staff will be as aggressive and persistent as necessary, but will always employ tact.
Jason Lee Van Dyke, son of Daniel and Susan, grew up in the Detroit-area suburb of Troy, Michigan. In his early life he was active in the Boy Scouts (earning the rank of Eagle Scout in 1995) and as a trombone and baritone player in his school bands. He graduated from Lutheran High School Northwest in 1998 and matriculated to Michigan State University later that year. At Michigan State University he became well known for political activism, and during the middle of his junior year, transferred to the University of Dallas. Majoring in Politics, he was a member of the University of Dallas moot court team and was the editor of a student newspaper. He graduated with a bachelor of arts in December of 2003.
Mr. Van Dyke lives in Frisco, Texas, is thirty one years of age, has no children, and is not married. Outside the practice of law he enjoys spending time with his friends and his Theta Chi fraternity brothers. He practices Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Judo several times a week and competes regularly. As a certified NRA pistol instructor, he also enjoys teaching firearm safety classes to young adults and competing in “action” shooting competitions in organizations such as the U.S. Practical Shooting Association (USPSA) and International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA). He also enjoys home brewing, cartridge reloading, and riding motorcycles.
Mr. Van Dyke attended law school at Stetson University College of Law starting in the spring of 2004. At Stetson, he was highly involved in Stetson’s world renowned trial advocacy program and, at graduation, was one of only a handful of students to be awarded the school’s certificate of concentration in advocacy. As assisted many local attorneys in the drafting of pleadings, motions, and written discovery as a law clerk during his second and third years. Additionally, he was an active volunteer in the Pinellas County Teen Court program serving as an advisor and judge on many occasions. For his service to Pinellas County’s Teen Court he was awarded Stetson’s William F. Blews Pro Bono Service Award when he obtained his Juris Doctor in December of 2006.
Being one of only a few students who took the bar exam before graduating from law school, Mr. Van Dyke was admitted to practice law in Texas in February of 2007 and began work for a Dallas-based factoring company (Langbert Financial, Inc.) serving as its general counsel until November of 2009.
Mr. Van Dyke currently holds ownership in Plano, TX based White Jacobs & Associates, a Consumer Legal Services Firm and serves as their general counsel.