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Stop Creditor Harassment

Many people who have fallen into debt are subjected to illegal creditor harassment.  It is against federal law for creditors or collection agencies to continue to harass a debtor, even if thousands of dollars are owed.  If you feel you are a victim of creditor harassment, there are ways in which we can help you put an end to this abuse once and for all. Filing for bankruptcy is one way to stop creditor harassment. Once a person has filed for bankruptcy, it is against the law for creditors and collection agencies to continue making contact with the debtor.

It is important to understand that even if you do not file for bankruptcy, creditor harassment is still illegal. There are ethical ways a creditor or collection agency can go about collecting the money they are owed, and calling a debtor repeatedly, contacting his/her family or employer, or making threats is not the way to do it.  If you are being subjected to creditor harassment, an experienced Los Angeles bankruptcy lawyer at the Law Office of Teresa Beyers will personally contact the creditor/collection agency that is continuing to harass you.  You can trust that if the harassment does not stop, appropriate legal action will be taken.

To learn more about the ways we can protect your rights and help you put an end to creditor harassment, please contact the Law Office of Teresa Beyers today by calling (213) 236-4400!

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