Stopping Creditor Harassment Through Bankruptcy

When you are in debt, the financial strain of not being able to pay your bills is overwhelming. Creditor harassment can only add to your burdens. There are state and federal laws that prohibit unfair debt collection practices. Unfortunately, it occasionally takes an experienced attorney to ensure debtors are free from creditor harassment and to hold creditors accountable for violating fair debt collection practices.

Houston creditor harassment lawyer Liza A. Greene has extensive experience in helping clients put an end to harassment and get a fresh financial start through a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Liza Greene is Board Certified in Consumer Bankruptcy Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

Helping You With Credit Card Debt, Medical Bills And More

The Texas Debt Collection Act and the federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act protect consumers from fraudulent, abusive or deceptive debt collection practices. It is unlawful for a creditor to:

  • Threaten arrest for nonpayment of bills
  • Use abusive or profane language
  • Call you before 8 a.m. or after 9 p.m.
  • Contact your employer
  • Call you repeatedly throughout the day simply to annoy you

These are only some of the things creditors cannot do when attempting to collect a debt. Therefore, if you feel you are being treated unfairly by a creditor, discuss the situation with an experienced attorney.

Depending on the source of your debt problems - whether credit card debt, medical bills, student loans or other liability, Liza Greene may recommend a bankruptcy solution, such as Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, or she may offer alternatives to bankruptcy, such as negotiating your debt directly with creditors.

Houston bankruptcy attorney Liza A. Greene has extensive experience advising clients through consumer bankruptcy and other debt relief strategies. She helps clients in confronting debt problems involving credit card debt, medical debt, personal loan debt and other debt, and putting an end to creditor harassment.

Don't Endure Creditor Harassment. You Have Options.

Sending a well-prepared Cease and Desist letter to creditors or filing a lawsuit for violation of state and federal debt collection acts can go a long way in getting creditors to reduce or forgive debt, as well as pay your attorney fees. Given her proven experience handling creditor negotiations and consumer bankruptcy, lenders recognize attorney Greene is determined to protect her clients' interests - including through litigation, if necessary.

Put Experience On Your Side

Houston attorney Liza A. Greene has been advising clients on complex debt issues, stopping creditor harassment and bankruptcy since 1981. She has the experience, skill and determination to provide the effective legal counsel clients need. Liza Greene will thoroughly explain your options and compassionately guide you through the legal process. Contact her today to arrange your initial consultation.

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