Yes. Collection calls will stop after filing for bankruptcy. Both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing will stop all your creditors from calling you seeking payment on pre-petition debts. I recommend to all my clients that they keep a pad beside their phone for 2-3 weeks and keep a log of any creditor that…

Many of my clients come to my office due to a creditors’ efforts to collect on their debt. Let’s take a brief look at some of the ways creditors can collect on their debts in South Carolina. First, lets examine some basic guidelines that apply to collections for South Carolina. The first guideline is that…

One of the most common questions I have from my bankruptcy clients is when do the collection calls stop after I file bankruptcy. Many of my clients mistakenly believe that the calls will not stop until the bankruptcy court approves their Chapter 13 plan or after they attend the creditors meeting. The true answer is that…

Yes. By filing bankruptcy either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy-the collection calls will come to an end. Please note to get the protections of the bankruptcy, a filing with the Court must occur. Simply mailing me a check and a list of creditors does not get your case filed and stop the collection calls….

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