Carthage Stop Creditor Harassment Attorneys

If you're buried in debt and struggling to hold on to what little you have left, relentless harassment from debt collectors only makes things more stressful. Filing bankruptcy is a viable solution to both your debt problems and the persistent calls and letters from impolite creditors.

The experienced bankruptcy lawyers at Rowland & Yauger, Attorneys & Counselors at Law, have helped thousands of North Carolina residents rebuild a sturdy financial foundation by using the protections afforded under U.S. bankruptcy laws.

The attorneys at Rowland & Yauger understand that unforeseen circumstances — long-term unemployment, for example, or a serious medical matter — can leave even the most careful financial planners in a debt situation they can't get out of. We can review the unique aspects of your case and help you determine whether bankruptcy or some other solution is most viable.

Under the federal Bankruptcy Code, creditors are prohibited from contacting you once you have enlisted the services of a debt relief lawyer. Creditors who ignore the automatic stay and continue to attempt to collect from you can be forced to pay penalties and attorney's fees. We aggressively protect our clients against unlawful creditor harassment.

Asheboro Creditor Harassment Attorney

Further protections are provided you under the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. We are familiar with how to enforce your rights under the law.

We offer a free consultation in which we can answer your specific questions about stopping creditor harassment and resetting your financial life through bankruptcy protection. We have offices in Carthage and Asheboro, and serve residents throughout the Sandhills, Pinehurst, Aberdeen and Southern Pines regions of the state.

To schedule a meeting with our experienced Carthage stop-creditor-harassment attorneys, call 910-947-2280 or use our contact form to schedule an appointment.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.