No Money? No Problem. Learn how you can stop harassing phone calls and letters immediately.
The debt collection industry is big business, with debt collection companies earning record profits as hard working individuals and families struggle in this down economy. Record gas prices, rising food costs, high unemployment, tax increases, and depressed home values are only a few headwinds debtors face today. Combine these hardships with bank policies that squeeze ever more money from debtors, and invariably late payments and defaults are the result.
Think your bank will understand, and lower your payments or forgive your default? Unfortunately, probably not. When the bank passes your account off to a debt collector, do you think the collector will understand your hardship? Again, probably not. At the Law Office of Kelly Stairs we have seen individuals and families struck by the worst of tragedies, yet the banks offer no leniency. We have seen banks and debt collectors file lawsuit against a bed-ridden grandmother, a wife that lost her husband (the sole wage earner) to cancer and had four kids to support, and a couple that lost their home and had to live in their car with their two young kids. That’s three examples, yet this happens routinely.
Fortunately, we have had the great pleasure to help people stricken by hardships of all kind. Attorney representation can be an equalizing factor against ruthless banks and creditors, and bankruptcy is the ultimate weapon to free yourself from their oppressive debts. At the Law Office of Kelly Stairs we offer an easy, free, and immediate way to stop debt collectors from contacting you regarding your debts.
Simply call one of our bankruptcy attorneys, complete our free bankruptcy questionnaire, or schedule a free bankruptcy consultation appointment and we will develop a customized plan to stop debt collectors for free. Don’t have the money to start your bankruptcy? That’s no problem. We have many extremely low monthly payment plans, and when you enroll in one, we immediately contact your debt collectors and order them to stop contacting you. By law debt collectors must stop contacting you when you’re represented by an attorney in regards to the debt.