Attorney For Fighting Creditor Harassment
How many more collections calls and threatening letters can you stand? Bill collectors work in one of the most tightly regulated segments of our economy, yet they still find heavy-handed ways to threaten debtors with foreclosure, wage garnishment, liens, repossession and even jail unless they get their money. You’ve tried to explain your circumstances, but they just don’t care.
Free Initial Consultation · We Practice Exclusively In Bankruptcy Law
If you have reached the end of your rope with debt collection agencies, it’s time to talk to us. We are the debt relief bankruptcy attorneys of the Law Office of Paul L. Urich, P.A.. From our office in Orlando, we help people throughout Central Florida get out from under the crushing burden of debt collectors.
Whether you file Chapter 13 bankruptcy to restructure your debt under a court-supervised plan, or Chapter 7 bankruptcy to eliminate your consumer debt, you will be represented by legal counsel. That means all debt collection agencies will be ordered to cease and desist from any further collections actions against you directly. Upon receiving written notification that you have retained a lawyer, they must deal directly with your attorney.
How Long Until The Calls Stop?
It takes approximately three to four days for the bankruptcy paperwork to catch up with your creditors. After you retain us to represent you, simply give them our name and contact information, then hang up. Forward any threatening collections letters you receive to us. We’ll take it from there.
Get the fresh start you and your family needs. Whether you are facing foreclosure, a car repossession or simply cannot keep up with the credit card bills, talk to us. We have helped hundreds of people get through the bankruptcy process efficiently and cost-effectively. Imagine what it would be like to sit down with your family and not have to worry about a collections call? We can help you turn it into a reality.
Call Us To Get Creditors Off Your Back
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.