Collections Defense Attorney in Royal Oak & Southeastern Michigan
Our Firm Can Help You Stop Aggressive Creditors Now
Many of our clients tell us that they have been facing unfair collection actions for years and simply put up with it because they thought they had no other choice. However, if you are being harassed in any way or are drowning in collection attempts, you can take action against your creditors. The Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA) protects you as a consumer from being treated unfairly. Gudeman & Associates, P.C. can help you put an end to creditor harassment, as well as wage garnishment and foreclosure. Our skilled team is experienced in working with relentless creditors and we can aggressively advocate for your legal rights.
If you are interested in a no-obligation consultation to learn more, reach out to our firm today by calling (248) 826-2441.
Creditor Restrictions Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
At Gudeman & Associates, P.C., we are dedicated to ensuring our clients are not taken advantage of by creditors. We can help protect you against unfair or illegal collections attempts. Whether you are facing a collection lawsuit and need representation or are considering filing for bankruptcy, we are here to defend you. Our firm is trusted throughout the state and we have even received an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. We can determine if a creditor violated any of your rights as outlined by the FDCPA.
The FDCPA prevents the following types of collection actions:
- Incessant or constant, repeating phone calls
- Pretending to be a lawyer or law enforcement
- Speaking to you inappropriately or aggressively
- Contacting your employer or family
- Making threats of a lawsuit or arrest
Seek Protection with an Automatic Stay
If you have grown tired of receiving phone calls and letters from collection agencies, it may be time to consider filing for bankruptcy. Bankruptcy gives you the opportunity to seek a fresh financial start and allows for immediate relief from collection attempts with an automatic stay. The instant you file for bankruptcy, the Bankruptcy Court issues an automatic stay which prevents creditors from contacting you in any way—by phone, mail, or in person. An automatic stay also stops all current and future collection attempts.
Experienced Collections Defense Lawyer
You have rights under the FDCPA and collection agencies should not be allowed to violate these rights. Our collections defense attorneys in Royal Oak and Southeastern Michigan are here to protect you against abusive collection tactics and to ensure that you are being treated fairly. We have more than 100 years of combined experience in this area of law, giving us the necessary skills to better assist you.
Please contact us now at (248) 826-2441 for more information or to set up a no-obligation consultation.