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Will Filing Bankruptcy Stop Creditors From Calling Me?

Harassing phone calls from creditors are some of the more unpleasant aspects of being in financial difficulty. Once you have retained one of our Minnesota bankruptcy attorneys, you can direct all of your phone calls to our office and we will respond to your creditors (even before the case is filed). When the bankruptcy case is filed, a Court order known as the Automatic Stay goes into effect which generally prohibits all collection activities (including harassing phone calls).

So, simply put, yes filing bankruptcy can provide immediate relief from harassing phone calls by creditors.

To discuss your financial situation and options in more detail, please contact us or use our online scheduler for a free consultation. You may also submit your information for review by a Minnesota bankruptcy attorney.

If you would like to discuss your financial situation and options in more detail, please contact us to schedule a free consultation or submit your information for review by a Minnesota bankruptcy attorney.

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