Tips For Dealing With Debt Collectors
At Acosta Law, the number one piece of advice we give to our clients, family members and friends dealing with creditors is to be honest. If you are unable to make a payment, do not make promises you can't keep and don't hide from the creditors. If you are ready to put an end to creditor harassment and make a fresh start, consult an experienced Houston bankruptcy attorney at Acosta Law. We are proud to help clients from all walks of life find the right solutions to their financial problems.
Putting An End To Creditor Harassment In Texas
Upon filing for bankruptcy, the debt collectors can no longer contact you by phone, mail or email. They must stop all collections activities, including foreclosure proceedings, repossession activities and wage garnishment. To learn more about dealing with debt collectors and how filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy can put an end to your troubles, review the following information:
Loan and debt restructuring
Credit card debt
Medical bill relief
Bankruptcy and immigration
Bankruptcy and taxes
Bankruptcy and student loans
Bankruptcy and short sales
Bankruptcy for the elderly
Take action to protect your home, wages and financial future. Schedule a free consultation with a lawyer at our Houston bankruptcy office by
contacting Acosta Law online or by phone at 713-980-9014.