Seattle Collection Agent and Creditor Harassment
Helping You End Creditor Harassment
If you are having financial difficulties, you have probably received harassing phone calls and letters from creditors and collection agents. Creditor harassment is extremely stressful. When the phone rings, you don’t want to answer. You avoid opening the mail. Some creditors may even call you at work, causing embarrassment and disrupting your ability to do your job.
If you are tired of waking up wondering how many harassing phone calls you will receive today, bankruptcy may be the right step for you.
At The Ballard Law Group, our lawyers have nearly 40 years combined experience helping people file for consumer bankruptcy. We will provide you with a straightforward assessment of your financial situation and help you decide what steps to take next. To arrange a free initial consultation, call 206-782-2111, or contact us online.
Relief From Creditors and Collection Agencies
Filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy will end creditor harassment and give you the peace of mind you need to plan a new financial future. Once the case is filed, creditors can no longer contact you or file lawsuits against you to collect the debt. Creditors who still insist on calling you or sending letters can be punished by the court.
In order to stop creditor harassment, it is important that all your creditors are listed in your bankruptcy filing. When you hire The Ballard Law Group in Seattle, we will sit down with you to review your financial documents to make sure all your creditors are identified and properly listed.
Ballard Debtor Rights Attorney: Fighting For You
In addition to bankruptcy laws, debtors are also protected by other federal laws. Creditors and collection agencies are regulated by these laws, which are designed to protect consumers and ensure that creditors follow fair debt collection procedures.
A law called the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act gives you the right to sue a creditor who threatens you, harasses you, or makes false statements to you about your debt. At our firm, you will find experienced attorneys who will fight for your rights when creditors do not follow the law.
Contact a Seattle Creditor Harassment Lawyer
If you are looking for relief from harassing calls and letters from your creditors, we are here to help. We serve clients in Seattle and throughout the state of Washington. To schedule a free consultation, call 206-782-2111, or contact us online.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.