Harassed by Creditors?
Tenacious White Plains Creditor Harassment Defense
If you are having trouble repaying your debt, you may be plagued with calls and other communications from your creditors. Filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy gives you the protection of the “automatic stay” which puts a stop to all creditor action and halts all attempts to communicate with you or collect against you by phone, mail, lawsuits, wage garnishments and restraints on your bank accounts. To put a stop to creditor harassment, call on a White Plains bankruptcy attorney right away.
For 10 years I have been fighting for clients who feel trapped by debt and are unsure of what to do. Natasha Meruelo, Attorney at Law is committed to helping clients take positive steps with their finances through bankruptcy, mortgage loan modifications, or other ways of resolving their financial problems and debts. With my experience, I can provide you with the legal insight and answers to your questions that you need to get you through this difficult time.
Stopping Creditors from Pestering You
After filing for bankruptcy, creditors are required to cease most contact with you as a result of the automatic stay and legal action can be taken against them if they do not stop bothering you. Once your discharge is entered, you should not be bothered by anyone over a debt that was discharged. If this is happening to you, give me a call. As a bankruptcy attorney, I can ensure that any creditor harassment comes to an end and can take legal action against those who violate the automatic stay.
Filing for bankruptcy can do the following:
- Stop frozen accounts
- Stop harassing phone calls
- Stop foreclosures
- Stop repossessions
- Stop wage garnishments
- Stop lawsuits against you
If creditors continue to contact you, get in touch with a White Plains bankruptcy lawyer from my firm to put a stop to it.
Know Your Rights!
The Bankruptcy Code is clear in that creditor harassment must end immediately once a bankruptcy case is filed, in most cases. Contact includes phone calls, text messages, letters, or email.
If you are being hounded by creditors and have filed for bankruptcy and received your discharge, you also have rights to protect your discharge. Call Natasha Meruelo, Attorney at Law right away and I can take swift action against them. You have rights guaranteed by law. Let me stand up for your rights and fight for your peace of mind!
Reach out to my firm for a free initial case review to learn how I can protect you!
“Natasha Meruelo is professional, knowledgable and a solid attorney. She made sure I was well informed, prepared, and empowered throughout the court process. Having her support was invaluable. I am so grateful I followed my intuition and chose her to represent me. I highly recommend her!”
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