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What Is the Automatic Stay?

Brandon Bankruptcy Attorneys Stop Bill Collectors on a Dime

Under rules of the U.S. Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA) of 1977, debt collectors are bound by law to cease all collection calls to the debtor the minute they know that you have hired an attorney to represent you in a bankruptcy petition.

Attorneys at The Golden Law Group want to help you end your months of grief dealing with harassing collection agencies. The firm has taken an unusual approach to making sure you get the automatic stay on collection remedies against you as soon as possible. Instead of waiting for you to finish paying the full amount of the retainer fee, you can pay a low down payment with your retainer letter. Once you get legal representation, the automatic stay to help you save your house, your car or your earnings goes into immediate effect. If a creditor ignores the automatic stay, you may have grounds for a lawsuit.

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What would it mean to you and your family to know that credit card companies don’t have power over you? Stop them in their tracks with an automatic stay of all further legal collections remedies. Learn more about ways to stop creditor harassment through Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

Contact an experienced Brandon and Tampa medical bills lawyer at The Golden Law Group to schedule a free initial consultation.

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