When you get behind on debt, creditor harassment can be one of the worst reminders. You may be spending hours trying to figure out how to make ends meet, and if you're able to get debt off your mind for a short period of time, you're likely to get interrupted by a harassing creditor. They're willing to call you at home, on your cell phone and on your work phone. They send harassing letters. They're even willing to make house calls and bring their harassment to your front door.
Their constant nagging and questioning can be one of the most constant reminders of the financial struggles you are trying to work through. If that is the situation you are facing, it is important to know that there is a solution.
Filing bankruptcy makes all creditor harassment stop immediately.
Once you file bankruptcy, creditors are prohibited from all collections activities, including foreclosures, repossessions, garnishments, lawsuits and threatening phone calls. If this sounds like the solution you've been searching for, an experienced Cumming bankruptcy attorney can help. I am attorney Marcus A. Rosin, P.C., and I have experience using Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy to give people the debt relief and harassment relief they need.
If your house is in foreclosure, the process is stopped immediately. Filing for bankruptcy also stops car repossessions, wage garnishment and lawsuits. Having a breath of fresh air gives people the opportunity to decide whether they want to keep their home and car. More importantly, the freedom also gives individuals the chance to relax and think about something other than financial problems.
Give yourself the fresh start you've been looking for by working with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer. Contact me online or call (678) 909-1300 to schedule your free initial consultation and talk about your financial future.