We Can Stop Collectors From Calling You
- What can you do to stop collections calls at work?
- What can you do to stop collectors from calling friends, family and neighbors?
- How many times in a single day are collectors allowed to call?
- Can collections agents call late in the evening or early in the morning?
- Should I speak to collections agents about my account?
- Is there any way to stop the harassment?
Debt collections agents count on two things: 1) that you don’t know Florida collections law, and 2) you won’t talk to someone who does. They use those assumptions to their advantage by intimidating, harassing and threatening people who have protections under the law. At the Miami Law Offices of Patrick L. Cordero, PA Attorneys at Law, we work closely with South Florida clients to provide sound and reliable legal advice that will inform you of your rights and potentially end collections calls immediately. We can help you take control of your rights and end harassment.
Understanding Debt Collections And Your Rights
Our attorneys sit down with you to evaluate your situation and review your options. If you dread that every ring of the phone is another debt collection call, you should understand your rights. Under bankruptcy law, collections work differently and we can stop the phone calls today. Putting the protections and reorganization strategies of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy to work for you, we can help you end debt collection calls while protecting your home, property and family. Contact our office to consult with Patrick Cordero personally or one of his attorney staff members if you are buried under debt and collection calls for:
- Credit cards
- Auto loans
- Home equity lines of credit
- Medical expenses
A No-Risk Consultation With A Lawyer
We believe that everyone should understand their rights, options and protections under the law, which is why we offer a free initial consultation for all clients. Take advantage of this opportunity to speak with a qualified and experienced bankruptcy attorney. Call us at 305-445-4855 or contact us online to schedule an appointment. We also assist Spanish-speaking clients. Privacy Statement: Committed to protecting your privacy. The information you enter on our site is held in confidence between you and us. We do not sell, trade, or rent your personal information to others. We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.