Stopping Unfair Debt Collection in Alabama
While creditors are legally allowed to contact you to collect on a debt, they must follow very strict guidelines about when and how they approach you. If you file bankruptcy, they must stop contacting you altogether. If they do not, you are entitled to obtain additional damages. A skilled bankruptcy lawyer can help you.
The Law Firm of Eric M. Wilson, LLC, takes creditor harassment very seriously. When you are faced with overwhelming debts, you do not deserve to be harassed. We are aggressive advocates on behalf of individuals in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and we do what it takes to protect your rights while seeking debt relief through bankruptcy.
Protecting Your Peace of Mind
As soon as you have filed Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, an automatic stay goes into effect which prevents creditors from contacting you for payment or continuing to pursue any legal action against you. When you work with our firm, we will notify your creditors of your intent to file and negotiate on your behalf should any of them object to your decision.
If they continue to contact you after you have filed, we will protect your consumer rights in pursuing statutory damages for their illegal actions. Depending on the details of your case, we can obtain compensation for:
- Repossessed property
- Property damages
- Damages for loss of work hours
- Mental and emotional damages
When you file bankruptcy, the harassment will stop. If it does not, we will pursue legal and financial consequences against your creditors on your behalf through negotiation or litigation.
Remember that creditors may continue to contact you until you file bankruptcy. They cannot contact you while your bankruptcy case is processing. If you are currently feeling harassed but haven't filed for bankruptcy, talk to our Tuscaloosa creditor harassment attorney about your options for pursuing debt relief and ending creditor harassment.
We fight to protect your peace of mind when dealing with unmanageable debts. If you are a victim of creditor harassment, contact us right away to discuss your situation in a free initial consultation. Call 205-409-0056 or toll free at 877-504-7101.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
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