Bankruptcy and Debtor’s Court can be a scary process. Creditor harassment and debt collection abuse are rampant. Abuses by mortgage companies are a national crisis. Foreclosures continue to rise.
Are you dealing with the stress and anxiety that comes with debt? Are you wondering how you will make it through another month? You’re a hard working, honest person. You don’t want anyone to know that you are struggling. It can happen to anyone and at anytime, due to an illness, a job loss, or a divorce.
You are not alone. I have helped many clients facing financial problems and guided them through the bankruptcy process. I understand what you are going through and can help develop a plan to reduce or even eliminate your debt. Stop struggling with debt and harassing creditors. Let me help you get a fresh start!
ARE YOU BEING SUED BY A DEBT COLLECTOR THAT YOU HAVE NEVER HEARD OF? If you answered “YES”, chances are you have become the target of a DEBT BUYER.
What is a debt buyer?
Debt buyers are companies that purchase large amounts of “charged off” consumer accounts, usually from credit card companies. They obtain these accounts for mere pennies on the dollar and then aggressively attempt to collect the debts. They may even file a lawsuit against you.
Some examples of debt buyers are: Palisades Collections, Midland Funding, LVNV Funding, Unifund, Arrow Financial Services, CACH, and Asset Acceptance. If you are being sued by a debt buyer, call me today to see how I can help you.
Birmingham, Alabama bankruptcy lawyer and consumer advocate Matt Dunaway is dedicated to helping individuals and families facing difficult financial situations. We focus our practice on helping, defending and representing debtors and consumers in bankruptcy and consumer protection cases.
Located in Birmingham, Alabama, bankruptcy and consumer protection attorney Matt Dunaway has seen the countless abuses by lending institutions, creditors, debt collectors, debt buyers, and credit reporting agencies.
Call for a free consultation at my Birmingham, Alabama office if you are:
- considering Bankruptcy – Chapter 7
- considering Debtor’s Court – Chapter 13
- seeking relief from creditor harassment and bill collectors
- facing problems with your mortgage company
- looking for help with correcting a credit report
- worried about foreclosure on your home
- being sued for debt collection
You will learn about Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Chapter 13 Debtor’s Court.
If bankruptcy or debtor’s court is not an option, or you are interested in correcting your credit report, defending a collection lawsuit, fighting back against abusive debt collectors, or challenging mortgage company abuses, you will have the information you need to decide what to do next.
Contact me now, by filling out the contact form on this page, emailing me at email@example.com or calling 205-690-1542.