Torrance Creditor Harassment Lawyers
Stop Creditor Harassment. Call an Attorney!
Are you tired of receiving threatening letters and phone calls from creditors?
There is a way to stop this creditor harassment: filing for
Chapter 7 or
Chapter 13 bankruptcy. At the Law Offices of James C. Shields, we understand that
the stress of receiving harassing letters and phone calls can make an
already difficult situation even worse. We can help you seek
debt relief and the protections of
Let Them Talk to Us, Your Experienced Bankruptcy Law Firm
At our Torrance bankruptcy law firm, the Law Offices of James C. Shields,
we can help you explore your debt relief options to find ways to stop
creditors from calling you and sending you threatening letters. An automatic
stay is a court order requiring all collection actions to cease when filing for:
- Chapter 7 bankruptcy
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy
Under the Federal Bankruptcy Code, creditors are prohibited from contacting
you once you have enlisted the services of a debt relief lawyer. In other
words, simply hiring a lawyer will make the calls stop. If you hire us
to handle your case, by paying a relatively small initial fee, any communication
the debt collectors wish to have with you will have to go through us.
Further protections are provided you under the federal Fair Debt Collection
Practices Act. We are familiar with how to enforce your rights under the law.
Free Consultation with a Bankruptcy Lawyer in the South Bay
If you have questions about stopping bill collectors, we can help.
Contact us today online or by telephone at
(888) 910-6652 to schedule your
free initial consultation with an experienced bankruptcy attorney.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief
under the Bankruptcy Code.