Hernando Stop Creditor Harassment Attorney

Are you being called by creditors at work or late at night? Have you received harassing phone calls, threatening messages or feel like you are being harassed? Under Federal Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) guidelines, creditors are prohibited from harassing you for payment. However, even some actions that may seem like harassment to you may be legal under the FDCPA. For example, creditors are allowed to call you at home between the hours of 8 a.m. and 9 p.m. If you are sick and tired of creditor harassment, you should know that you can stop creditor harassment by filing for bankruptcy.

Attorney James W. Amos has years of experience helping individuals and families stop creditor harassment. His bankruptcy practice can help you file for bankruptcy and immediately halt any creditor collection processes. To schedule an initial consultation at Mr. Amos' law office in Hernando, Mississippi, call 866-471-9681 or contact our Hernando stop creditor harassment attorney online.

Immediately End Creditor Harassment

If you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, attorney James W. Amos will immediately contact creditors, legally obligating them to stop any collection proceedings. This means they have to stop calling you or sending you notices for your money. You deserve to be able to go through the day without worrying about hearing from creditors or feeling threatened by any harassment. Let an experienced bankruptcy attorney handle it for you.

After you file for bankruptcy, not only will that stop creditor harassment but you will start your road to financial recovery. If your income level meets requirements under a bankruptcy means test, you are eligible for Chapter 7. This is a liquidation bankruptcy that can completely discharge unsecured debts. Chapter 13 is debt reorganization bankruptcy that gives you time to negotiate with creditors and come up with a better loan agreement and payment plan.

Contact Our Southaven Bankruptcy Lawyer

You don't have to put up with creditors just because you owe them money. There is a solution in bankruptcy and it starts by obtaining competent legal representation. For more information about stopping creditor harassment or to schedule an initial consultation with James W. Amos, call today at 866-471-9681 or contact our Hernando, Mississippi, law office online.

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