Creditor Harassment Bankruptcy Lawyer
Being Harassed by Collectors? Call a Southaven Bankruptcy Attorney
As your debts begin to accumulate, you will notice creditors trying to
contact you for collection purposes. Unfortunately, these phone calls
are rarely a "once in a while" occurrence, and ruthless creditors
may relentlessly pursue you to the point where you feel overwhelmed or
even harassed. While creditors undoubtedly have the right to be repaid,
they are restricted in the way that they can go about attempting to collect
it. In fact, under state and federal law, individuals who owe money have
rights as well.
Call a Southaven bankruptcy lawyer at (662) 332-0202 to get help stopping
Your Rights Under the Law as a Debtor
Creditor harassment is a very real issue in the United States, and millions
who are struggling with debt are forced to deal with it every year. Because
they owe money, debtors may often assume that they do not have the right
to speak up and take legal action against collectors. However, you do
have this right, and it is important that, as soon as you begin to experience
harassment, you stand up, assert your rights under the law, and immediately
put an end to it. Our Southaven
bankruptcy attorney is here to help you achieve this very goal in a timely and efficient manner.
It is unlawful for creditors to:
- Call incessantly on your phone
- Constantly harass and individual at their work- whether by phone or in-person
- Call during the early hours of the morning or late hours of the night
- Make threats or use obscene/derogatory language
- Use violence or the threat of violence in their collection efforts
Helping You Put an End to Creditor Harassment Immediately!
At Boyd Law Office, our priority is to ensure that you are treated with
respect and dignity, and that, together, we put an end to the creditor
harassment that you are experiencing. Our Southaven bankruptcy lawyer
has extensive experience in dealing with unruly creditors, and knows the
proper legal steps to take that will get the harassment to cease.
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