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Don’t Face Your Creditors Alone

If you are facing collection activities in North Carolina, you don’t have to face your creditors alone. At The Law Office of Geoffrey A. Planer in Gastonia, our attorneys have extensive experience defending clients in collection lawsuits and helping them achieve debt relief through bankruptcy. There is more than one solution to a debt problem. Whether you need strong representation in the courtroom or guidance for a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, we can help.

Strong Defense Against All Types Of Creditor Lawsuits

The sooner you take action defending against a creditor lawsuit, the better. Our lawyers can devise effective strategies for defending you against wage garnishment, sheriff’s sales, liens, levies and other debt collection activities. The sooner we can begin working on your behalf, the better your chances of obtaining a favorable outcome.

The High Price Of Not Taking Action

Some people are reluctant to hire an attorney for a debt problem because of the cost. This can be a mistake and actually wind up, costing a person more in the long run.

An attorney can use the law to help you avoid losing more assets than you should have. If you decide to file for bankruptcy, an attorney can help you reduce or even eliminate the debt you owe. It’s your choice, but many people facing high debt, mounting interest, fees, asset seizure and other consequences of debt find that hiring a lawyer to solve the problem is the more fiscally sound course of action.

Talk To A Lawyer Who Can Protect Your Rights

If you are facing legal action from a collection agency or other creditor in North Carolina, we are here to help. Contact us online or by telephone at 704-885-1062 to arrange your consultation with an experienced bankruptcy and debtor rights lawyer. We offer free consultations to bankruptcy clients and apply a nominal consultation fee in all other legal matters.

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