Stop Creditor Harassment Immediately
You can put an end to all of this by filing either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. When you file for bankruptcy, the Court issues an automatic order that prevents all creditors from any further collection activity. All collection efforts have to stop immediately. Filing either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 not only stops the harassment, it also allows you effectively take control of your finances so that this kind of thing never happens to you again.
When debts go unpaid, legal actions almost always occur one way or the other. Creditor harassment is the beginning of these legal actions. By filing a bankruptcy action, you file a legal action first that puts the law on your side and allows you to regain control of your finances. It allows you to control your finances in an orderly and predictable manner that protects you from disruptions like creditor harassment.
Creditors collecting debts can be relentless and rude. Phone calls and letters seem endless. Most creditors demand payment in full right away with no regard to your ability to pay or that you have other obligations. Explaining why you can’t pay right away is usually met with threats of various legal actions they will take against you. It just never seems to end.
Let us show you how we can help.
Bankruptcy attorney Gregory Harris has helped Arkansans creditor harassment for over 20 years. Contact us at the Harris Law Firm—call 501-372-6985 or set an appointment online. If you have any creditors that have been especially rude or relentless, we will call them directly and make sure they leave you alone. We will help you regain your peace of mind.