Lake County Foreclosure Defense Lawyers

One of the most stressful aspects of being unable to pay your debt is the incessant calls from creditors seeking to collect. While creditor actions are regulated by the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), that does not always stop them from aggressively contacting you or threatening to take action against you through wage garnishments, repossession or foreclosure.

At Manning & Mouratides, P.C., our Lake County foreclosure defense attorneys protect individuals and families from the burden of overwhelming debt. We employ Chapter 7, Chapter 13 and Chapter 11 bankruptcy to rid individuals of debt while saving the assets they have worked hard to earn.

Every case we take on is handled with personal attention and care. We take pride in our commitment to informing our clients of the legal process they face and what options are most likely to be effective for their unique circumstances.

To find out more about what debt relief options are available in your case, contact an experienced lawyer at our firm. We can be reached online or by telephone at 219-227-4315 (toll free at 800-670-3894) to schedule a free initial consultation.

Stopping Creditor Harassment In Northwest Indiana

Contrary to popular belief, you do not have to lose everything when you file bankruptcy. Even if a creditor has threatened to repossess your assets or a financial institution has you in arrears or close to a sheriff sale on your home, filing bankruptcy can stop these actions.

When you file bankruptcy, an "automatic stay" is placed on all creditor actions against you and any correspondence from creditors goes through your attorney. The phone calls will stop and we will have the opportunity to find a debt relief strategy that works for you. Furthermore, if a creditor continues to contact you when you are in bankruptcy, you may even have a claim against them.

If you lack substantial assets and just need to have debts discharged, Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be right for you. If you are struggling to save your home or reorganize your debts into a payment plan that is more manageable, Chapter 13 will likely be appropriate. Every case is different, so make sure to work with an experienced attorney at our firm to get the information you need.

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We are a debt relief agency providing assistance in bankruptcy matters.