Stopping Creditor Harassment Through Bankruptcy
If you have been unable to make credit card payments, or if you have fallen behind on your mortgage or car loan, you have probably received letters and phone calls from overly aggressive collection agents demanding payment and threatening legal action. This continual harassment can be very traumatic and create serious distractions in your personal life and your job.
The law firm of Mark M. Kratter, LLC, in Norwalk, Connecticut, serves bankruptcy clients throughout Fairfield County, CT including the communities of Norwalk, Stamford, Greenwich, Westport, Redding, Wilton, Ridgefield, Darien, Weston, Fairfield, Danbury, Stratford, Monroe, Newtown, Bethel, Danbury, New Canaan, Easton and Bridgeport. The law firm als serves clients in Hartford, CT and New Haven, CT Bankruptcy Courts.
The good news is that there is a way to stop creditor harassment once and for all. When you file for bankruptcy, the law authorizes an automatic stay — an immediate end to all collection activity. As soon as your bankruptcy petition is filed with the court, a notice is sent out to all of your creditors informing them of the automatic stay. If they continue to contact you about your obligations, they are in violation of a court order.
Helping You Regain Your Peace of Mind
At the law firm of Mark M. Kratter, LLC, in Norwalk, Connecticut, we help clients put a stop to creditor harassment through consumer and business bankruptcy filings. Our attorneys have extensive experience handling Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings.
When you hire our firm, we will take the time to help you understand all of your debt relief options and work with you to find the one that best fits your needs. From the initial filing of your petition to the final discharge of your debts, we will be there with you throughout the process and see it through to its conclusion.
Call for a Free Initial Consultation
If you want to stop creditor harassment, contact our office today to discuss your case with a lawyer. We are available during regular business hours and by appointment in the evenings. You can reach us by phone at 866-LAWS4CT (529-7428) or via e-mail.
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