No. Typically law firms that deal with credit are 1 of 2 tgnhis: bankruptcy lawyers or debt settlement lawyers. If you think you need to file bankruptcy then you will definitely need a lawyer.Debt settlement on the other hand is very bad for your credit. They will tell you to stop paying your bills and to pay them instead. They take your money and put it in an escrow account and wait for there to be enough money to settle your debts for less than you owe 1 at a time, as well as cover their fees. I would say you don't need to pay someone else to screw up your credit.If you're having trouble with your debt call your creditors and see if they will work with you. If you're reasonable with them, they will probably offer you a reasonable solution. If that doesn't work, then try a consumer credit counseling service (cccs). They specialize in working with your all your creditors to lower interst rates and monthly payments so that you can be debt free in 5 years or less.Otherwise, there is no magic lawyer trick that will help your credit other than re-paying what you owe. If there is inaccurate information on your credit report then you don't need to pay a lawyer to dispute it with the credit bureau, you can do that yourself.