Stop Creditor Harassment, Seattle Lawyer
Put An End To Creditor’s Harassing Phone Calls
If you are behind on credit card payments, medical bills, your mortgage or any other type of debt, dealing with creditor phone calls has probably become a daily occurrence. Your life may now be consumed by screening calls to avoid harassing agents. But even if you never speak directly to a creditor or collection agency, the feelings of anxiety are still there. Every time the phone rings, it’s a reminder of your unmanageable debt. Your voicemail may be overrun with threatening messages, leaving you with little hope of finding a way out. Blocking numbers on your phone may provide little relief as each creditor has numerous of extensions they can call from. All of this is on top of the daily mail you may receive demanding immediate payment … or else.
During what may seem like your darkest hour, it’s important to realize that there is hope for real debt relief. Bankruptcy can provide a way to end creditor harassment, resolve your financial issues and provide the solution you need to move forward to a better financial future.
Seattle Stop Creditor Harassment Attorney
At the Law Office of Ruth Nelson, I help clients file for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies. As an experienced Seattle lawyer, I have been helping individuals and families throughout Washington obtain debt relief since 1986. And now I am ready to help you.
As soon as we file for bankruptcy, an automatic stay will go into effect banning creditors from contacting you while your petition is in process. In addition, once your debt is discharged through bankruptcy, creditors no longer have a claim to your old debt and must permanently cease all collection attempts. The great news is that the overwhelming majority of creditors abide by these rules — because they have to. If a creditor contacts you after the bankruptcy is filed, or after your debt is discharged, they may face a lawsuit for damages.
If you want to put an end to creditor harassment, the first step is a call to my law firm. However, remember that the most important step is actually filing the bankruptcy petition. Until that court order is in place, the creditor can continue to call you and disrupt your life. When you are ready to learn more, contact my office. I offer a comfortable and nonjudgmental environment for you to discuss your financial issues. Together, we will overcome your debt, and help you obtain the financial relief that you need and deserve.
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We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.