Stopping Creditor Harassment
When you have a debt that is overdue, the people you owe may send collectors your way. You might receive endless calls, mailings and more. This type of harassment just adds to the stress of an already precarious financial situation. But you are not without options, both for lifting the burden of your debt and getting the collectors off your back.
Bankruptcy will put an immediate stop to creditor harassment and many of the illegal practices they may use to pressure you, but there are also other tools available besides flat-out filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Our firm understands and uses several different legal avenues available to put a stop to creditor harassment.
Stand Up To Debt Collectors (Legally)
Houston attorney Vicky Fealy is well-versed in the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Federal Credit Reporting Act, the Truth in Lending Act, the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act and the state versions of these important laws that can help you stop creditor harassment. In some instances, it may be as simple as sending a cease-and-desist letter. But if necessary, litigation may be filed to stop the harassment.
As a dedicated bankruptcy lawyer since 1992, Ms. Fealy has defended many clients seeking both debt relief and freedom from overbearing collectors. Being harassed by creditors can be overwhelming, but with the help of an experienced attorney like Ms. Fealy, you can trust she has your best interests in mind. She knows all chapters of the Bankruptcy Code and can help you choose which patch fits your financial needs the best.
Get Relief From Creditors
Getting debt collectors off your back might be your immediate goal, and attorney Fealy at The Fealy Law Firm, PC, is happy to help you. The firm will also guide you on solutions to your underlying financial struggles and stress. To reach the firm’s Houston office, call 713-568-4491 or complete our contact form to schedule your free and private consultation today. Se habla español.
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