Stop Garnishments & Creditor Harassment
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File for Bankruptcy and End Creditor Harassment Immediately
Over the past few weeks or months, you have probably begun to dread the ring of your phone. Every time it rings, you worry it could be a creditor harassing you about outstanding debts. You may receive aggressive letters or even threats of foreclosure or garnishment.
Financial problems are stressful, and filing for bankruptcy can help end the constant frustration. Eric Ollason, Attorney at Law, has over 20 years of experience helping clients throughout Tucson, Arizona and the surrounding areas, file for bankruptcy. Contact us online or call (520) 791-2707 to schedule your free initial consultation and learn how filing for bankruptcy can put an end to creditor harassment.
Get the Debt Relief and Peace of Mind You Want
Filing for bankruptcy protection invokes an automatic stay. This immediately stops garnishment and creditor harassment. Even if an order for garnishment has already been established and your wages or bank account are currently being garnished, filing for bankruptcy means this must stop immediately.
Creditors are not allowed to harass or even contact you directly once you have filed for bankruptcy. If the creditor continues to call or take collections actions, they can be subject to sanctions. If the creditor does not stop immediately, there are remedies available. We represent clients who wish to take action against creditors for violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) or the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA).
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
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