Creditor harassment is a serious problem for anyone overwhelmed by debt. When you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, creditors must stop harassing you immediately. This is called an "automatic stay," and stops all creditor action, including calls, letters, lawsuits, and garnishments. Bank accounts cannot remain frozen, foreclosure actions must stop, and you can often recover your car from repossession, provided it has not yet been sold at auction.
I will take the time to review your assets and debts and help you make the right financial decisions. I will take the necessary legal action to protect your rights and stop creditor harassment.
At The Law Offices of Glenn S. Kessler, I provide aggressive and strategic legal assistance to individuals facing creditor harassment in Brooklyn and throughout the New York City area. If you are considering bankruptcy as a solution, I can help.
When you want to stop creditor harassment and protect your rights, contact Attorney Glenn S. Kessler. Filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 can:
Once you file for bankruptcy, creditors must stop all harassing phone calls, stop repossession, and unfreeze accounts. The automatic stay is provided for in the federal bankruptcy code and requires that any creditor stop collection action. Creditors are subject to severe fines and penalties and can be sued if they attempt to contact you after you have filed bankruptcy.
For more information, or to stop creditor harassment after a bankruptcy, please contact my office. I can provide you with the sound counsel, guidance and advocacy necessary to assert your rights against creditors.
Contact The Law Offices of Glenn S. Kessler for an initial consultation with an experienced Brooklyn, New York lawyer -- to explore your rights and options in bankruptcy and debt relief.
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