Stopping Creditor Calls And Harassment With Bankruptcy
Creditors can be relentless, and once you fall behind on a payment it can seem like they won’t stop at anything to get you current with payments. Creditor harassment is illegal and if you are being harassed by a creditor, there are remedies for the situation.
Once you file for bankruptcy, debt collection agencies and creditors must abide by the “automatic stay.” This means they can no longer contact you regarding the debts you owe. If you have considered filing for bankruptcy or simply need advice on debt relief options, the Law Office of Gordon Mosley is ready to help. I am attorney Gordon Mosley, and I have more than 20 years of experience helping individuals and small businesses in Texas.
Stopping Creditors With Help From A Bankruptcy Lawyer
Learn about the benefits of bankruptcy from me, attorney Gordon Mosley. Once you file for bankruptcy, it will:
Stop collections and creditor harassment: Filing bankruptcy will immediately stop the collections process and creditors will be forced to leave you alone.
Stop bank account seizures: In Texas, your wages cannot be garnished. However, bank accounts can. Once you file for bankruptcy, bank account seizures stop.
Stop lawsuits by creditors: Lawsuits filed by creditors will immediately be stopped with the “automatic stay” when you file for bankruptcy.
Stop all repossessions: If your vehicle is being repossessed, bankruptcy will stop this process.
At the Law Office of Gordon Mosley, I can also help with related issues concerning consumer law relating to bankruptcy.
Your First Meeting Is On Me
Please contact me at 903-266-1843 or online through email to book your first meeting. Meetings can be scheduled at a time that is convenient for you. My office is located in Smith County, and I accept bankruptcy cases throughout all surrounding areas.
My law office is a debt relief agency and helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.