DeSoto County Bankruptcy Attorney
Bankruptcy and Creditor Harassment Defense Lawyers
All across the country, Americans are finding themselves stuck with large
bills that they are not able to pay. Many of these bills are from hospitals
and doctors; few are prepared to handle the financial aspects of a serious
illness or injury. Other bills may be left unpaid because of expenses
from a recent divorce, or because you lost your job and have not been
able to find comparable-paying work. Our DeSoto County bankruptcy lawyers
know all too well the effects that the recession has taken on Americans.
We also know, however, that
debt relief is possible. When you file for
Chapter 7 or
bankruptcy, you will be given the opportunity to start over. This is one of the few
situations in life in which there is a clear solution to a difficult problem,
and even if you do not believe bankruptcy is necessary in your situation,
an attorney at our firm can give you more information about foreclosure
defense and bankruptcy alternatives.
You and your family do not have to suffer from creditor harassment anymore.
You do not have to avoid answering the telephone for fear that it is a
creditor calling to collect; you do not have to leave bills unopened because
you know you cannot make a payment. During a free preliminary review of
your financial situation with one of our bankruptcy lawyers, we can give
you information pertaining to all aspects of the bankruptcy process, such as the
Chapter 7 means test,
tax debts and bankruptcy,
why Chapter 13, and more. Even if you are merely wondering
"Should I file for bankruptcy?" you will benefit from a consultation.
We can also defend you against unlawful
creditor harassment. Federal law, under the
Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the
Telephone Consumer Protection Act, as well as state law, under the
Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act, offers numerous protections against certain types of collection attempts.
To learn more, call our office today!
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