We Can Help You Stop Creditor Harassment
Many people who contact to Levitt & Slafkes, P.C., in Maplewood, New Jersey, come because they have significant debt and are constantly harassed by their creditors. The incessant calls — at home, at work, night and day — only add to an already stressful situation. Fortunately, this unwelcome and sometimes illegal harassment can be stopped by filing for bankruptcy with the help of a skilled lawyer.
Essex County bankruptcy attorneys Bruce Levitt and Shelley Slafkes consistently help those who are financially struggling in New Jersey. Just because you have a lot of debt, you should not have to be afraid to answer the phone or go to the mailbox. By filing for bankruptcy, you can regain control of your life, stop creditor harassment and stop feeling like a prisoner in your own home.
Our Attorneys Will Stand Up For You
When you file bankruptcy, whether under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, one of the first things is the issuance of an automatic stay. Essentially, this stay stops creditors from contacting you or taking any further steps to collect the debt. Creditors must stop collection activities or face punishment by the court. This stay protects you from many things, including:
- Threatening letters
- Repeated calls to your home or workplace
- Foreclosure or repossession of property
- Wage garnishment
If a creditor continues to harass you after the automatic stay is issued, then you may have the right to pursue sanctions against that creditor. With more than 30 years of experience each, attorneys Levitt and Slafkes can explain your rights and help you take the necessary steps to protect them.
Get A Free Consultation From Effective Attorneys
When collection calls overwhelm you, remember that you can turn to Levitt & Slafkes, P.C., in Maplewood, New Jersey, for help. For a free consultation, please call 973-323-2953 or contact us online. We provide representation to Essex County residents.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.