Bankruptcy is one sure way to stop creditor harassment. Even if you have tried negotiating with creditors before, you may have been unable to stop harassing phone calls, threatening mail and the attempts of creditors and collection agencies to intimidate you. At Charles E. Covey, creditor harassment defense attorney , we have over 30 years of experience and help clients who have suffered creditor harassment.
Stop creditor harassment today. Do not let harassing creditors and collection agencies intimidate you any longer. Contact us to assert your rights and help you achieve a financial fresh start.
Bankruptcy protects consumers and is intended to stop harassment
Creditor harassment is a serious problem that the government seeks to redress through bankruptcy. Once a consumer is deemed unable to pay and free from debts, creditors are no longer allowed to continue with mailings, phone calls or other forms of harassment. Our firm is committed to helping clients achieve debt relief by filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy and helping clients assert their rights against abusive collection agencies and creditors.
Don’t let creditors intimidate you or make you feel bad
Many creditors will try to make you feel bad about your financial situation as a tactic to collect unpaid debts. They will call you a deadbeat or try to make you feel guilty about not having the money to pay your bills. We know the techniques creditors and collection agencies use to try to get consumers to pay. Do not feel intimidated or inadequate because of your financial situation.
Creditor harassment after bankruptcy is illegal. Do not let a creditor harass you any longer. Contact us to protect your rights and stop harassment today:
- Stop harassing phone calls to your home or office
- Stop threatening mail
- Prevent litigation and disputes
The reality of consumer debt and your financial recovery
We know that most people end up in financial distress because of situations that are out of their control. You may have lost a job, suffered an injury or are unable to keep up with mounting credit card debt. Creditors will try to use intimidation, threats and psychological abuse intended to make you feel bad or fearful, but this is not the reality. Our attorneys will help you assess your financial situation and devise a solution that will address your debt and help you stop harassment.
Contact A Bankruptcy Attorney Today To Stop Creditor Harassment
Contact Charles E. Covey for a free consultation with a bankruptcy lawyer in Peoria, Illinois. Call now to stop harassment and explore your options and alternatives in bankruptcy. We can protect your rights and help you take steps toward a financial fresh start.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.