Suffolk Bankruptcy Attorney
By filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the bankruptcy court provides you automatic stay protection. After this action is taken, creditors cannot contact you directly and can only attempt to collect on your debts through the bankruptcy court. The automatic stay effectively stops harassing phone calls and other collection tactics. If creditors ignore this court order, you may be able to pursue a lawsuit against them for damages! Find out if bankruptcy is right for you from an experienced bankruptcy attorney who represents Suffolk residents. Call or email today to set up a free consultation with a bankruptcy attorney. If you live in Suffolk, you most likely will need to file bankruptcy in the Norfolk Division of the United States Bankruptcy Court.* Our offices are conveniently located in downtown Norfolk within walking distance of the bankruptcy hearing room.
*Actual cases may vary. Please consult with a bankruptcy attorney to confirm which court has jurisdiction over your case.
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