What Does Bankruptcy Stop?

As soon as you file for bankruptcy, a powerful legal injunction called the automatic stay goes into effect. The automatic stay legally bars creditors from taking action against you. It even means they can no longer contact you.

If you are burdened by overwhelming debt and facing collection activities in Louisiana, I can help you make it all stop by guiding you through the Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy process. As a Slidell bankruptcy attorney with more than 20 years of experience, I am prepared to help you achieve your debt relief goals.

What does bankruptcy stop?

  • Wage garnishment
  • Vehicle repossession
  • Home foreclosure
  • Creditor lawsuits

Remember, bankruptcy not only stops these creditor actions, but it also solves debt problems. In Chapter 7 bankruptcy, debt is wiped out for good. In Chapter 13, you have the opportunity to pay all or a portion of your debt through a repayment plan.

Talk To An Attorney Who Knows Bankruptcy Law

If debt problems are keeping you up at night, I am here to provide you with the peace of mind that comes with debt relief. Whether you want to stop foreclosure, wage garnishment or any type of creditor action, I can make the law work for you.

When you are ready to talk to a lawyer about your debt relief goals, feel free to contact my law office online or by telephone at 985-847-1054 to schedule your initial consultation.