Avoiding Creditor Actions
Being sued by creditors? Bankruptcy lawyers Robert C. Bruner and Trey Wright can help. Free consultation. 850-385-0342.
Helping You Avoid Legal Action By Creditors
Are you weary of the non-stop phone calls and letters, all from creditors who want to pressure you into making commitments that you know you can’t keep? Would you like to find a way to stop creditor harassment once and for all? A personal bankruptcy filing will put an automatic stay into effect, immediately prohibiting your creditors from attempting to collect the debt through any means other than the bankruptcy proceeding. You want an experienced lawyer to guide you through the process, so that you get the relief you need and get a fresh financial start.
At Bruner Wright, P.A., we have protected the rights of individuals for over 30 years, helping you use the bankruptcy laws to avoid creditor actions. We built our successful practice on a commitment to personal service and attention, as well as a high level of responsiveness. When you contact our office, you will always have the opportunity to speak directly to an attorney. To set up a free initial consultation, call our office at 850-385-0342, or contact us by e-mail.
Using The Bankruptcy Laws To Protect Yourself From Creditors
In over 30 years, we have seen it many times. You have an unforeseen event, such as an illness or injury, a divorce or the loss of a job, and you get behind in your bills. Even though you try to work with your creditors, you don’t get very far. They keep calling and sending letters, trying to get you to make unrealistic promises. Finally, out of sheer frustration, you begin to wonder if a bankruptcy filing will put an end to the harassment.
At our office, we believe that the bankruptcy laws are there specifically to help you in these types of situations. A personal bankruptcy filing, whether under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, can help you turn the tables on your creditors and put you in a position of power over them. Immediately upon filing, not only must the letters and phone calls cease, but any judgments, garnishments, lawsuits or other proceedings will be suspended by the bankruptcy laws.
Contrary to popular myth, a personal bankruptcy filing will not prevent you from ever getting credit again. To see the truth about many of the misconceptions about bankruptcy, see our page on myths about bankruptcy.
Contact Our Office
For a free initial consultation, contact us by email or call us at 850-385-0342. We are available to meet with you any day of the week.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.