Stopping Creditor Harassment
It’s stressful enough when your debt is on the rise and your savings are on the decline. Add collection calls and aggressive creditors to the mix, and your situation can become unbearable.
At The Law Office of Barry R. Levine, we know that your financial troubles can leave you feeling hopeless and overwhelmed. If you are dodging calls from creditors or dreading opening your mail, contact us.
We have helped thousands of Essex County families and businesses who have been in your situation. Our founding attorney, Barry R. Levine, is ready to help you stop creditor harassment and find the legal solution that allows you to start over.
An Automatic Stay Can Put An End To Threatening Calls Or Mail
Debt collection agencies use a variety of aggressive and, many times, illegal tactics to get debtors to repay their loans. After all, these businesses only make a profit when creditors are repaid. Overwhelmed by late-night calls and threatening letters, you may feel that you have no options.
Filing for bankruptcy can put an end to threatening calls and letters. In most cases, individuals can receive immediate relief from creditor harassment when they begin the bankruptcy process. This relief is called an “automatic stay,” and it prohibits creditors from contacting you to collect and penalizes them if they don’t stop.
Let Us Handle Your Creditors
When you hire us, we can work with your creditors. If your creditors call you, inform them that you have retained The Law Office of Barry R. Levine for your bankruptcy filing and that they should contact us in the future. We will call individuals or businesses that are harassing you and take action if they ignore our request.
Get Help Today
Do not subject yourself to harassment from debt collection agencies or creditors when help is available. Reach The Law Office of Barry R. Levine in Beverly, Massachusetts, via our online form or at 978-419-2870. When you contact us, we will respond to your message quickly because we know that your debt concerns are urgent.