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Troy, NY 12180
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Troy Stop Creditor Harassment Lawyers
Albany, New York, Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
Constant calls and letters from creditors can add to an already difficult and stressful situation. Though creditor harassment may often accompanies debt, it is a situation that can be stopped by filing for bankruptcy. A knowledgeable bankruptcy lawyer can help put an end to constant harassment and help you get back on your feet.
If you are experiencing creditor harassment due to debt, turn to our attorneys at the Troy, New York, office of Ehrlich Law Firm, P.C. We have years of experience handling all types of bankruptcy and debt-related issues, including stopping creditor harassment. Together we can take charge of your debts, help you avoid collection phone calls and work to put an end to the harassment you and your family may be experiencing.
To discuss your creditor harassment questions and concerns, schedule a consultation at our office today by contacting us online or calling us at 518-272-2110. We offer free initial consultations to individuals who have participated in mandatory credit counseling.
End Creditor Harassment With Bankruptcy
After you have filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, your creditors will receive notice of the filing. After this notice is received, an automatic stay is put into effect. This means that your creditors are prohibited to take any action that is an attempt to collect money during the time that the stay is in place. They cannot contact you directly and instead can contact our firm if necessary.
Prohibited actions during the automatic stay include:
- Calling your home or workplace
- Sending threatening letters
- Continuing to mail bills
- Foreclosing on or repossessing a property
- Wage garnishment
Contact Our Troy Stop Creditor Harassment Attorneys Today
You have rights and options. Do not let creditor harassment continue without talking with a knowledgeable bankruptcy lawyer. To schedule your free consultation, call our law firm at 518-272-2110 or submit an online contact form.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.