Escape Creditor Harassment Through Bankruptcy
Are you facing creditor harassment at home and at work? Are they calling friends, family, or neighbors? The Law Office of Matthew C. Swanson can help.
In most cases, the best way to put an end to creditor harassment is through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Immediately upon filing bankruptcy, collectors are no longer allowed to contact you. All phone calls, including calls to your family members, letters and in-person visits, must cease. If a creditor illegally continues to harass you for payment, Attorney Swanson may bring a contempt of court action against the creditor for violating the automatic stay.
Stopping creditor harassment does not need to wait until the bankruptcy has been filed to stop. As soon as you retain the Law Office of Matthew C. Swanson, creditors will be told to direct all communications to the law office.
Let the Law Office of Matthew C. Swanson Help You Today
If you are being harassed by your creditors, you can’t afford to pass up a free consultation about filing with an experienced bankruptcy attorney. Contact Attorney Swanson today.
The Law Office of Matthew C. Swanson services all of Plymouth County, Bristol County, Norfolk County, and Barnstable County.