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Protecting yourself from creditors through bankruptcy

It's possible that you have been suffering through an endless barrage of creditor harassment and that you know very well just how difficult it can be to live your life when you have to sift through hundreds of threatening phone calls and letters. Here at Nowack & Olson, we understand that you would like to escape this cycle and can provide you information that you could use to help yourself out of the harassment zone through bankruptcy.

The first hurdle that you may face is the idea of bankruptcy and how scary it may seem. However, it is a helpful option both in stopping creditor harassment and in providing you with a smoother road to financial recovery. You may find that your fears are unfounded anyway. For example, while property loss is a high concern for many, there are actually very few cases in which a person loses all of their property. While the majority of loss is dictated by whether you file for Chapter 13 or Chapter 7, neither tends to be particularly damaging.

In addition to that, it is good to keep in mind the fact that filing for either Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy will always be enough to stop creditors in their tracks. An automatic stay is put in place the moment that bankruptcy is declared, which means that creditors will not be allowed to try collecting from you. Threats of auto repossession, home foreclosure or wage garnishments will be a nonissue for the duration of the bankruptcy.

It may seem like a hefty measure to take, but filing for bankruptcy will stop the harassment that you seek to escape and give you more room to sort your financial situation out so that you can avoid it in the future. For more information on how to stop creditor harassment, please follow the link to our web page.

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