A Legal, Dependable Way to End Relentless Collection Calls

Few types of adversity short of serious illness or family problems compare to dealing with creditor harassment when you simply do not have the money to pay. We know that creditors and collection agencies sometimes go to extreme measures in threatening, shaming, calling work or relatives, and continuing with various forms of harassment until you pay something.

Your need to stop creditor harassment is a legitimate, understandable reason to seriously evaluate bankruptcy. We encourage you to contact us for a free consultation focused on understanding your financial situation and beginning to evaluate potential solutions including:

  • A Chapter 7 bankruptcy that may lead to a discharge of all unsecured debts including credit card balances
  • A Chapter 13 bankruptcy allowing a discharge of some debts and repayment of others over a period of several years

A Way to Stop Judgments Against You as Well as Creditor Harassment

Some bankruptcy alternatives may temporarily stop creditor harassment, but they do not offer the legitimate legal protection that filing bankruptcy does — in the form of an automatic stay against collection efforts. Once we file your bankruptcy case in federal court, you may also have full legal protection against looming lawsuits, garnishments and judgments that are causing you serious anxiety.

Real Relief Can Begin as Soon as We Adopt a Plan of Action

As soon as you decide to retain our lawyers as counsel in your bankruptcy case, you can begin referring all collection calls to us — and your creditors will stop calling you.

Our attorneys will be honest and patient in explaining what you can expect and what will be required of you should you decide to file bankruptcy. If you want to stop creditor harassment or have other debt-related problems in the Harrisburg area or south-central Pennsylvania, we will hear you out and make every effort to help — beginning with a free initial consultation.

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