Stopping Creditor Harassment
Creditors can be relentless in harassing hardworking, everyday people. They often use scare tactics to intimidate people. Their only job is to pile more stress on those who are already stuck in a difficult situation.
If you are burdened with debt, you have likely had unpleasant encounters with creditors. Maybe they have been calling you on a daily basis. Maybe they have bombarded you with threatening letters. Or worse, maybe they have been garnishing your wages, preventing you from earning a living.
The good news is that you have rights. The law places limits on how far creditors can go. And, fortunately, there are ways to stop creditor harassment and wage garnishment.
If creditors are targeting you, don't give into their scare tactics. But also don't wait around; creditors are not going to back down on their own. Take action — contact a Fort Lauderdale debtor rights attorney today.How To Stop Harassment And Garnishment
At the Bankruptcy Law Firm of Clare Casas, we are committed to helping people like you. We can help you obtain freedom from oppressive creditors.
There are legal options for stopping creditor harassment and wage garnishment. You may have heard that it's illegal for creditors to engage in abusive debt collection practices under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. While that's true, unfortunately, much of the law has no teeth. Creditors often ignore it knowing they will only have to pay a small fine.
There is one sure way to stop creditor harassment. Filing bankruptcy — either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 — will put an immediate halt to both harassment and garnishment. Once you've filed, your attorney will stand as a shield between you and your creditors. Creditors will no longer be able to contact you directly.
If you are bombarded by abusive creditors, a lawyer can be your shield.Contact Our Coral Springs Credit Card Debt Attorneys
To learn how we can protect you from creditor harassment or wage garnishment, contact the Bankruptcy Law Firm of Clare Casas. You can also call us at 954-327-5700. We only represent debtors — which means our loyalty isn't divided. We take pride in offering compassionate, personalized service for those facing financial difficulties. Our Fort Lauderdale, Florida, office is fully bilingual in both English and Spanish. For your convenience, we are open evenings and weekends.Se habla español.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.