I filed bankruptcy but my creditors are still
harassing me. Now what do I do? My name is Ron Drescher. I’m an attorney practicing bankruptcy and
creditors rights in Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Virginia, and the good news is they can’t
harass you. They can’t do anything once you file that
bankruptcy. In fact, they really can’t continue to harass
you even before you file the bankruptcy if you tell them I’m represented by an attorney,
here is his phone number, please direct all your communications to my lawyer. In fact, when my clients hire me, I give them
a binder, and in the binder I have a green sheet that lists that very speech so that
my clients are always prepared in case the creditors do call and I have a log that I
want my clients to fill out with all the information, the name, the date, the time, what the creditor
said, the identity of the creditor, so that we can first we send a cease and desist letter
because we really want to bring peace to my clients. Then, if they continue to harass them, we
can sue them for damages. It doesn’t happen that often because most
creditors have figured it out by know and they adjust their practices once their borrower
files bankruptcy but you are entitled under federal law to peace and protection from your
creditors as soon as you file bankruptcy. My name is Ron Drescher. I’m an attorney practicing bankruptcy and
creditor’s rights, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Virginia, and if you want peace from your
creditors, please pick up the phone and call me. I would love to hear from you.