Putting an End to Creditor Harassment

There are very few people who are completely debt-free. Many people go into debt so that they can buy a home, buy a car to get to and from work, provide necessities for themselves and their family, and more. While those people may have had the resources or income necessary to make payments on their financial obligations when they were incurred, times and circumstances can change. A divorce, a sudden accident, the unexpected loss of a job, or an unfortunate investment can all leave a person without the means necessary to fulfill his or her previous financial agreements.

Our firm understands this fact. We also understand how difficult it may be, both emotionally and financially, when you have found yourself struggling to make ends meet without the income and resources necessary to do so. To make matters worse, if you have creditors sending you letters threatening to pursue legal actions, you are being threatened with wage garnishment, or collection agencies are calling you at all hours of the day in an effort to collect on the debt you owe, the stress is overwhelming. We can help.

Bryant, Logan, Wheeler Law Group, PLC has years of experience helping people in Wayne County put an end to creditor harassment and to find a viable solution for their financial difficulties. We are dedicated to helping good people who have found themselves facing unfortunate circumstances, unburden themselves from their financial troubles and get a fresh start. Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, it is illegal for collectors to threaten a debtor or use any form of verbal abuse, offensive language or physical violence in an effort to collect payment. It is also illegal for them to contact you after 9 pm at night or before 8 am in the morning. If you ask them to stop contacting you at work, they must do so immediately.

Our firm can advise you of your legal rights and help you put an end to creditor harassment. We are also here to assist you with all of your debt-related needs. Whether you need to file for bankruptcy protection, or you feel one of the alternatives to bankruptcy may better suit your needs, our attorneys are here to provide you with the steadfast, legal guidance and representation you deserve. If you are in need of immediate relief from creditor harassment, contact a Wayne County bankruptcy attorney at our firm today.

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