If you owe money and are overwhelmed in debt, chances are you have creditors trying to contact you. Their job is to collect money owed as they have the right to do so. They do not however, have the right to harass and threaten you. Residents of Watertown Massachusetts and surrounding communities, have the right to be treated with respect when a creditor is trying to contact them.

Our bankruptcy lawyers are experienced in filing Chapter 7 and Chapter cases

Are you being contacted at inconvenient times and places? Early in the morning, late at night or at work? Do they threaten you or your family? These are just a few of their unfair tactics and bullish actions that violate your legal rights. If you are the victim of such abuse, there is help. The attorneys at our Massachusetts law firm are experienced in Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases and are ready to fight for your rights. Let us help you stop creditor harassment in its tracks!

Anxiety from creditors can be crushing, emotionally and physically. Relentless creditors can affect the quality of your life with their constant calls and threats. Answering the phone or getting the mail becomes fearful. Let us help you regain control and keep overzealous creditors at bay. There is hope for debt relief, including bankruptcy to stop creditor harassment.

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What Not to Do Before Bankruptcy

Here are some things to avoid before you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

If you intend to file bankruptcy, there is a great deal of preparation that goes beyond just filling out the grueling paperwork. What you do, or don’t do, prior to bankruptcy can have an affect on your bankruptcy’s success. Some actions or financial transactions can have a severe, irreversible impact on your bankruptcy filing.

Here are some of the more common mistakes to avoid.

Provide Inaccurate, Incomplete or Dishonest Information

On your bankruptcy paperwork, and at your 341 Meeting of Creditors, you are required to provide complete and accurate information about all of your assets, debts, income, expenses and financial history. You do so under penalty of perjury. If you knowingly misrepresent your information, such as fail to disclose an asset, you could be subject to criminal prosecution, read full article here

The first step is to call the bankruptcy attorneys at our law office. Rest assured, we will find the best solution for you! Call today at 781-277-0411.