Are you having problems with credit-reporting agencies still showing a debt that was discharged in bankruptcy?
Are businesses, banks, credit card companies or collection agencies still trying to collect a debt that was discharged in your bankruptcy?
If your answer is "yes" to either question, Harriet Langston, P.C., may be able to help you. Ms. Langston has more than 28 years of experience assisting individuals with pre- and post-bankruptcy matters, including securing your rights under the Bankruptcy Code after you have successfully completed your bankruptcy.
Experienced Post-Bankruptcy Help
Section 524 of the Bankruptcy Code covers the "discharge injunction," that prohibits creditors from collection efforts — denying credit, filing lawsuits, retaining collection agencies, initiating collection calls — on any debt properly discharged in a bankruptcy.
Harriet Langston, P.C., may be able to help you with claims against companies that continue collection efforts for debts that were properly discharged in bankruptcy. Ms. Langston may be able to help you with credit-reporting problems, whether your credit reports still show a discharged debt as pending or companies are reporting to credit agencies that you still owe a debt that was discharged in bankruptcy.
Schedule A Consultation
When you receive a discharge in bankruptcy you are entitled to benefits, and Ms. Langston may be able to help you make sure you receive those benefits.
If you are being harassed for discharged debt, if collection efforts have been initiated for a discharged debt or if your credit report still shows a discharged debt as pending, schedule a free and confidential consultation with an experienced Dallas lawyer to discuss your options by calling 972-233-3328. Or, fill out an online form and Ms. Langston will contact you promptly.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.