Stopping Creditor Harassment In Indiana

Creditors can be relentless. They continually call your home and if that does not work they call your work, friends, neighbors and family members. Creditors will often pursue you with the goal of garnishing your wages by taking you to court and obtaining a judgment against you. If you are sick of creditor harassment and want a permanent solution, take control of the situation and contact an experienced bankruptcy attorney at Golden Law, PC.

Based in Forth Wayne, Indiana, we provide bankruptcy and debt relief services to clients throughout northern Indiana. To contact our firm, call 260-440-7634.

Put Our Experienced Team To Work For You

If you are struggling with debts and creditors are harassing you daily, contact a bankruptcy attorney at our firm to put our experience to work for you. We have helped more than a thousand clients in bankruptcy and debt relief matters.

People who retain our firm are pleased to discover how quickly we can provide relief. Our attorneys can help you put an end to harassing collection calls. Through a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, we may be able to help you stop a wage garnishment, discharge credit card debts and medical bills, stop the enforcement of a civil judgment and more. Contact our Fort Wayne law office today to speak with an experienced bankruptcy attorney.

You Don’t Have To Live Like This Anymore

People who retain our firm frequently tell us how difficult their life has been as a result of mounting debts and creditor harassment. Some of our clients tell us that they have problems sleeping and can’t relax because of the pressure of unmanageable debt.

Let us put you on a new path to a brighter financial future — a fresh start where creditor harassment is a thing of the past and you can look forward to a better way of life.

Get A Free Consultation

To schedule a free consultation with a bankruptcy lawyer at our firm, call 260-440-7634, or contact us by email.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.