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Creditor Harassment And Bankruptcy: What You Should Know

By Kelley Kaplan & Eller |

Can filing for bankruptcy stop creditors from harassing you? Do you have any protections against creditor harassment before you file for bankruptcy? Can creditors try to contact you about debts that were discharged in your bankruptcy case? These are some of the questions we commonly receive concerning creditor harassment, personal bankruptcy, and consumer rights…. Read More »

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Ways to Stop Creditor Harassment

By Kelley Kaplan & Eller |

Being in debt can bring a level of stress that makes life unbearable at times. From credit card debt, to student loans, and other past due bills, the phone calls from debt collectors and creditors can make financial hardships much worse. But just because a person owes a debt, does not mean they deserve… Read More »

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What’s Considered Creditor Harassment And What Isn’t?

By Kelley Kaplan & Eller |

If you are someone who owes money to a debt collector, chances are you’ve received phone calls during the most inopportune moments throughout the day. It may seem that debt collectors will do anything they can to pressure you into paying your debts, even if they know you can’t afford to repay them. There… Read More »

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