Stop Creditor Harassment
Being in debt is stressful. Every day, phone calls and letters from creditors threaten to sue you and garnish your wages. This creditor harassment is often more stressful than the underlying debt itself. There is a way to make it stop.
At the McBride Law Firm, we use Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy to stop creditor harassment and discharge our clients’ debts so they can move forward to a brighter future.
Located in Alexandria, Louisiana, our firm has been helping individuals and families find debt relief for more than 30 years.
File For Bankruptcy And Stop Creditor Harassment
Every day hardworking people struggle to keep up with the daily costs of living. The stress and anxiety caused by debt collection agencies and credit card companies can be overwhelming.
Many people feel bombarded by harassing letters and phone calls demanding they pay bills they can’t afford. You should never have to choose between putting food on the table and paying a bill.
Creditors often try to collect on debts people aren’t legally obligated to pay. Even though you don’t need bankruptcy to eliminate debt, it may be the only way to stop the harassment.
Harassing letters and phone calls threatening lawsuits can make it hard to sleep at night. There is help. The moment you file for bankruptcy an automatic stay arises that makes it illegal for creditors to contact you or take any legal action against you. In addition to stopping the calls and letters, the automatic stay also:
Stop Creditor Harassment Now, Contact Our Lawyers Today
At the McBride Law Firm, we understand the stress debt and creditor harassment cause. As soon as you make the decision to take back control of your finances, contact our firm. We offer same-day and next-day appointments so you don’t have to wait. Call 318-625-0471 today to schedule your appointment. Our office is conveniently located in Alexandria, Louisiana. Consultations are free and walk-ins are welcome.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.