Stopping Creditor Harassment
When it comes to collecting debts, creditors can be relentless. They will call at all hours of the day and night. They will call at home and at work. They will call friends, relatives, coworkers and even employers. Sometimes it seems as though nothing can make them stop.
Filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy stops creditor harassment immediately. On the day you file for bankruptcy, an automatic stay takes effect. The automatic stay requires creditors to stop calling. In fact, it requires that all creditor contact and all creditor actions come to a halt. Creditors are not allowed to pursue you in any way. If they do, there are legal remedies to put a stop to it.
You Should Not Have To Put Up With Mistreatment
If you select us, Marrs & Terry, PLLC, to handle your bankruptcy in a smooth, timely manner, we will take care of all the necessary paperwork and pave the way to help you obtain true debt relief. We will help you enjoy the immediate impact of filing bankruptcy. Contact our attorneys online or call 734-663-0555 to benefit from more than a decade of experience.
Filing Bankruptcy Stops Harassment
Dealing with creditor calls can be exasperating. Every time creditors call, you provide the same answer. They cannot seem to understand that you want to get rid of your debt, but you simply are not able to. Your income can only go so far. They do not listen. They keep calling. They keep sending letters. They get more and more rude.
Perhaps you have been called names. Perhaps you have been threatened with jail time, which isn’t even something remotely within their power to threaten. Perhaps you have been threatened with a creditor lawsuit. You can stop it all. We will show you how.
We Will Stand By You. Contact Us Today.
If you would like to learn more about how you can make the creditor calls and letters stop by filing bankruptcy, contact us online or call 734-663-0555 to discuss your situation with our experienced Ann Arbor creditor harassment lawyers.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.