Stop Creditor Harassment

Call for a Consultation With a Greensboro Automatic Stay Attorney

There is a solution to creditor harassment. If you are even considering filing for bankruptcy, you should understand the rights and options available to you.
Call my office at 336-274-0352 or contact me online to set up a free consultation to review your case. Speak with a lawyer who has more than 20 years of legal experience.

Working to End Harassment by Creditors

All too often creditors and collection agencies are relentless. They can frequently skirt the edge of ethical and legal practice, and too often cross over into outright harassment.
If you are considering bankruptcy protection,contact me, a Greensboro creditor harassment attorney, at the law office of Mercedes O. Chut, P.A., to schedule a free consultation and find out how you can stop creditor harassment almost immediately.

Stop Collection Activity

To a family struggling to make ends meet and drowning in debt, this onslaught of harassment and calls can be devastating. As a North Carolina bankruptcy and debt relief attorney, I can end creditor harassment.
In most cases, I can help you stop collections proceedings involving:
On the day you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you receive an automatic stay, which is a court injunction that immediately goes into effect to block creditors from communicating with you. Even the IRS is subject to the automatic stay.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
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