Creditor Harassment
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Bankruptcy Attorneys Working To Put The Torment Behind You

If unwelcome mailings, harassing phone calls and surprise visits from representatives of aggressive creditors have finally taken their emotional toll on you and your Wisconsin or eastern Minnesota family, the bankruptcy lawyers who can be equally aggressive in your defense — and who will work hard to put this torment behind you — are the attorneys at Nicolet Law Office, S.C.

Creditor harassment can involve phone calls at all hours of the day and night, threatening letters, emails, voice mails and worst of all, calls to your employer. These kinds of harassment are clearly illegal, yet they still occur. Collections agents have been known to give false information, impersonate law enforcement and deceptively tell debtors that a debt is not dischargeable, or that filing for bankruptcy leads to a loss of all assets.

If this kind of treatment has become routine at your home or office, making your life miserable, contact our law firm for the consumer bankruptcy legal advice and solid support you deserve. Our toll-free number is 866-663-8774. We respond promptly to your email message.

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When you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the automatic stay goes into effect. Under a federal law known as the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, all forms of contact from your creditors must stop immediately. Further efforts to harass you could result in legal action against them. You will be able to live a life that is free of fear — the fear of answering the phone without worrying about who will be on the other end.

If creditors do not obey the automatic stay and continue to contact you, they can be held in contempt of court by a federal bankruptcy judge. These violations are not taken lightly by the court and are punished severely. Under the leadership of attorney Russell Nicolet, our lawyers offer years of experience and a track record of success with handling creditor harassment legal matters and works hard to help you fight for your rights.

Creditors not only have to stop harassing you, but they cannot go to court over your debts, garnish your wages, repossess your motor vehicle or foreclose on your home. Your assets are fully protected while you work to repay your debt, thanks to healthful, gradual, federal debt relief protection.

Contact Reputable Bankruptcy Attorneys

Attorneys at Nicolet Law Office, S.C., are passionate about helping people in need — and our reputation for results over years of experience reflects that commitment. Contact our creditor harassment prevention attorneys, toll free — 866-663-8774. We offer flat-fee bankruptcy, payment plans and reasonable fees.


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