Putting A Stop To Creditor Harassment
If you are hesitant to answer your phone because you are afraid it will be another creditor or you avoid getting the mail because you know there will be another past-due notice, it’s time to consider your options for silencing creditors and taking control of your debt.
Helping You Get The Creditors Off Your Back
At Gentry Arnold PLLC, we know that constant bombardment from creditors and debt collectors can leave a person feeling isolated, frightened and overwhelmed. As bankruptcy lawyers, we look to help people address their financial problems so they can get back to living their lives. The first step in this process is silencing creditors.
When you secure our services, your creditors will be notified that you are represented by an attorney. By working together, we can determine if filing for bankruptcy is the best option for you. We will review your finances, answer any questions you have and help you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
It’s important to remember that the law protects you against aggressive creditors. Although there is no regulation against being persistent, a debt collector is not allowed to threaten you. Below are just some of the ways we can help you stand up to creditor harassment:
- As your representatives, the creditors will stop contacting you directly and be forced to go through us.
- When a creditor threatens you, it’s imperative that you notify us so we can take appropriate action.
- When you file for bankruptcy, an automatic stay goes into effect and creditors are no longer allowed to call or otherwise contact you. If a creditor continues to try to collect, notify us right away.
You likely have questions regarding bankruptcy, the laws regulating creditors and collections, and numerous other issues pertaining to your financial well-being. At Gentry Arnold PLLC, we are here to help you gather information, make informed decisions and guide you through the entire bankruptcy process.
If Creditors Are Harassing You Day And Night, Contact Us For Relief
To schedule a free initial consultation, call 901-591-8800 or send us an email by completing our online contact form. From our office in Memphis, we represent individuals, families and businesses throughout western Tennessee.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.