Stop Creditor Harassment
Put an End to Creditor Harassment
If you are thinking about filing for bankruptcy, you have probably been dealing with debt challenges for quite some time, During this period, you have probably faced some amount of creditor harassment,
Creditors can be relentless, They call you constantly, contact you at work, send harassing collection letters and may even threaten to file a civil lawsuit against you or seek a wage garnishment.
If you are sick of creditor harassment and need a break from the stress and worry of debt problems, contact the Law Office of Robert L. Firth. Based in Cathedral City, California, we help people throughout the Coachella Valley of Riverside County and the surrounding areas. We can help you put an end to creditor harassment.
To schedule a free consultation with attorney Robert Firth, call 760-770-4066.
Put the Power of the Law on Your Side
For the past several months, or longer, you have been hounded by creditors. Your creditors have probably taken a number of aggressive actions to collect your debt. They may have hired a collection agency to call your home every day. They may even have hired a lawyer to threaten a lawsuit. Perhaps they have gone so far as to obtain a civil judgment and have begun to garnish your wages, levy your bank account or even threaten a sale of your personal property.
If you are sick of being pushed around, threatened and harassed, retain an attorney, Put the law on your side. At our law office, we help clients find solutions to difficult financial and legal challenges like the ones you are facing.
We handle Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, as well as home loan modifications and short sales. Even if you decide not to file for bankruptcy, we can contact your creditors and provide relief from harassing collections calls and negotiate a settlement of your debts on your behalf..
Did You Know?
Did you know that when you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, an automatic stay is created that prohibits most creditors from taking further collection activity against you? The automatic stay gives the debtor breathing room and obligates the creditor to stop taking collection actions.
Contact an Attorney
If you need to speak–with an attorney about bankruptcy, creditor harassment or another debt-related matter, contact the Law Offices of Robert L. Firth.