Creditors are notorious for exceeding the bounds of civility in their attempts to collect debts. If you are considering bankruptcy, you may feel helpless and intimidated in the face of creditor harassment. Perhaps you are receiving phone calls day and night. Perhaps your mailbox is flooded with threatening letters. Such scare tactics are the last thing you need during an already stressful and difficult time in life.
Fortunately, you do not need to put up with creditor harassment. The bankruptcy process provides several immediate and tangible benefits. As soon as you file, creditors will be prohibited from contacting you. Likewise, when you retain an attorney to represent you, creditors can no longer bother you.
At The Law Offices of James T. Marasco, we are dedicated to helping people like you obtain financial freedom. Our Rhode Island bankruptcy attorney can stop creditor harassment by acting as a shield between you and your creditors. With more than 30 years of legal experience, James T. Marasco understands how to get creditors to back off.
At our firm, your interests - including your peace of mind - are our priority.
Our focus is helping you get back on your feet. We are passionate about guiding clients toward a better future.
Schedule a free initial consultation with lawyer James T. Marasco to get answers and relief. We can be reached online or by telephone at 401-421-7500 (Providence) or 401-789-1800 (Narragansett).
The law prohibits certain oppressive debt collection practices. Our firm will stand up for you, acting as your advocate and defender against overzealous creditors.
However, merely getting the creditors off your back does not resolve the underlying problem of excessive debt. When you contact us for help, we will walk you through your options for relief from debt, including bankruptcy options that may be available to you. We can also help you stop wage garnishments and, if you qualify, pursue a loan modification to save your home.
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We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.