Stop Creditor Calls
Our Mesa Bankruptcy Attorneys will Stop Creditor Calls through bankruptcy
Stop Creditor Calls in Mesa, Arizona. Are you tired of the phone ringing non-stop with calls from bill collectors and creditors demanding money? Have you over-extended yourself to the point where it’s time to ask for some help? If so, lease call our Mesa bankruptcy attorneys and we will stop the creditor calls right away.
A feature of personal chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy is the automatic stay. The automatic stay stops creditors in their tracks. The automatic stay prohibits threatening phone calls and letters from creditors and gives you a break from the harassment. The Arizona bankruptcy laws have changed. The ever-changing laws make it imperative though that you seek counsel to protect your financial future.
Work Directly with Our Mesa Bankruptcy Lawyer
Our Mesa bankruptcy attorneys will work with you every step of the way. Our Mesa law office provides a welcoming environment. We emphasize personal service and care, customer service is paramount. When you hire us to help you stop a lawsuit or rid yourself of harassing creditors with a bankruptcy filing, you will work directly with a Mesa bankruptcy lawyer at every stage of the process. Because of our vast knowledge and experience, we are able to help you resolve even the most complex bankruptcy issues.
How to stop creditors from calling you in Mesa?
If you file for bankruptcy protection in Mesa an automatic stay will go into effect as soon as you file chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy with our Mesa bankruptcy office. The automatic stay is a feature of the bankruptcy law that prohibits creditors from attempting to collect from you during the duration of your bankruptcy case. It is actually illegal for these debt collectors to call and hound you any longer regarding your debt.
Additionally, our Mesa bankruptcy lawyers will give you a phone number to give to your creditors to call. We will deal with the collection calls and bring peace and quiet to you. Once your creditors have been notified, the only way they may only contact you again is through your Mesa bankruptcy lawyer. The creditors may not contact you directly once the automatic stay is in place.