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We Can Help You Stop Creditor Calls
Know Your Rights During the Bankruptcy Process
Dealing with creditors is one of the worst things about bankruptcy. If you’re facing an overwhelming amount of debt, you could face harassment from debt collectors as well. Dealing with the stress and uncertainty of your finances is enough. Combined with the constant barrage of creditor calls, you may feel completely hopeless and exhausted. At Crary Buchanan, our Port St. Lucie bankruptcy lawyers are committed to helping our clients – people just like you – escape creditor calls and harassment.
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Creditor Harassment is Illegal
Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), creditors are not allow to harass you for payment. Additionally, if you file for bankruptcy, lenders must stop any attempts to procure payment. According to the FDCPA, the following actions and behavior are unacceptable:
- Phone calls before 8:00 a.m.
- Repeated, unwelcomed contact at work
- Lying to illicit payment from you
- Threatening, foul, or obscene language
- Talking to third parties about your debt
Protect Yourself from Creditor Harassment
Our attorneys are ready to help you take every legal precaution against abusive creditors. If necessary, we are prepared to take legal action against creditors, so that you can have peace of mind that your rights are protect. If you have already filed for bankruptcy, it is unlawful for creditors to contact your in any way regarding payment, even if their methods are not abusive.
More than 85 Years’ Legal Experience
If you’re dealing with unsavory debt collectors, you have the right to protect your privacy. To learn more about your legal options, speak with a Port. St. Lucie bankruptcy attorney from Crary Buchanan today. During your first consultation, our legal team can help you understand your options with our firm. Call now!