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What Should I do if Creditors will not stop Calling me?

What Should I Do If Creditors Will Not Stop Calling Me?

Posted By Marshall Schultz || 7-Feb-2014

One of the most frustrating aspects of falling behind on credit card payments and other financial obligations is the continual barrage of phone calls and letters that you may receive from creditors. A certain amount of persistence is expected as your creditors are simply trying to collect on a debt, however when their collection efforts become abusive or their phone calls constitute harassment, you may be able to get some relief with the help of a Detroit bankruptcy attorney.

Our attorneys realize that situations in life can and do change. While you may have originally been in a position to fulfill your financial obligations with ease, the loss of a job, a sudden illness, an accident, a divorce, or all manner of other circumstances may have left you unable to keep up with your financial demands and make your payments in a timely fashion. In all honesty, it does not matter whether your setback is temporary or permanent, as a debtor, you do have rights. When you obtain legal counsel from our firm, we will be glad to have an attorney sit down with you to educate you on your rights, so that you do not fall victim to further creditor harassment.

We will also help you review the debt relief options available to you and assist you in taking action to see that your rights are fully protected. The attorneys here at the Law Offices of Marshall D. Schultz have more than 33 years combined legal experience. We have handled in excess of 10,000 bankruptcy cases and we have successfully put an end to countless incidences of creditor harassment. If you have creditors that will not stop calling you, you owe it to yourself to call our law offices now. You don't have to subject yourself to the harassment or abuse. We are here to help you fight back and obtain the debt relief you seek.

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