Have you been threatened with foreclosure? Are creditors trying to repossess your car, boat or other property? Do you want to protect your wages from garnishment?
Bankruptcy immediately stops all creditor actions. After your bankruptcy petition is filed, a creditor cannot continue with repossession or foreclosure without authority from the bankruptcy court. At Tishkoff PLC, our lawyers have more than 40 years of combined experience. We will put that experience to work for you, guiding you through every step of the bankruptcy process. Professionalism, respect, integrity and results are hallmarks of our law firm.
How Soon Will Creditor Actions Stop?
As soon as you file bankruptcy, an automatic stay takes effect. This automatic stay bars creditors from taking any action against you. They cannot so much as call you or send you a letter in an attempt to collect what they are owed. They certainly cannot continue with foreclosure, repossession or wage garnishment, without first securing authorization from the court. We go one step further. After we complete your bankruptcy filing, we will contact creditors or their attorneys or representatives where there is a pending lawsuit, foreclosure or garnishment to advise them of the filed bankruptcy petition.
Dedicated to Permanent Solutions
Of course, our attorneys are committed to providing permanent solutions. The goal of bankruptcy is to resolve debt problems, so you will never again have to worry about foreclosure, repossession or wage garnishment. Along the way, we may be able to reclaim property that has already been repossessed or wages that have been garnished. We will do everything possible to help you through this.
Contact Our Experienced Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorneys for a Free Consultation
For a free 30-minute consultation with our foreclosure defense attorneys, please contact our office today. We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
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Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Phone: (734) 663-4077
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