Stopping Foreclosure, Repossessions And Wage Garnishment

Living with difficult debt is incredibly stressful. People are under constant pressure from all sides. Creditors and debt collectors will stop at nothing to try and make sure their bill gets paid before someone else's.

You are likely living with a nonstop stream of harassing phone calls and threatening emails. You may be working as much as you can and still be under pressure that would make anyone crack. How do you find a way out of that pressure cooker?

The Automatic Stay Stops All Collection Activities

There is a way to put a halt to debt collector harassment. When you file for protection under the Bankruptcy Code, all creditors and debt collectors are put on notice that they can no longer pursue collection activities. This is called the automatic stay. Any creditor or debt collector that takes any further action can be penalized.

The automatic stay applies to all debt collection activities, including:

  • Repossession
  • Foreclosure
  • Wage garnishments
  • Bank levies
  • Harassing phone calls and mail

Bankruptcy Representation From A Team Of Former Prosecutors

At Gatlin Voelker, PLLC, trial skills we learned as prosecutors give us an attention to detail that is especially well-suited to helping people get out from under difficult debt through bankruptcy. We understand the importance of the smallest details to ensure that you get the most out of filing for bankruptcy. Our goal — our commitment — is to help you get a fresh start and financial stability so that you build the life you want, free from the stress and anxiety that debt collections can cause.

Foreclosure, Repossessions And Wage Garnishment Lawyers In Fort Mitchell Serving Northern Kentucky And The Greater Cincinnati Area

For representation that understands how to put creditors and debt collectors on notice, turn to Gatlin Voelker, PLLC. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our attorneys, call 859-781-9100 or contact us online.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.