What To Do If You Are Being Sued
Protecting Your Property and Assets
A creditor has the right to seek a judgment against a debtor who has fallen behind on payments. The judgment in turn enables the creditor to repossess a car, foreclose on a house, garnish wages or freeze bank accounts.
What can you do to protect yourself against these actions?
By filing for bankruptcy, you can stop a judgment from happening. If a judgment has already been entered, bankruptcy can stop your property from being repossessed.
At the Bankruptcy Center of John D. Raymond, we use the powerful tool of bankruptcy to stop judgments, repossession, foreclosure and wage garnishment. We have helped over ten thousand people obtain debt relief and an end to judgments, repossession and wage garnishments.
Contact us to schedule a free consultation with a bankruptcy lawyer. We want to help you build a better life for yourself and your family.
Act Quickly to Protect Your Assets
Many people in financial trouble wait too long before seeking help. But just hoping that your finances will improve is not advisable. Every day you wait before getting help puts you further in the hole and at greater risk of a lawsuit and a judgment against you.
If you are having trouble paying your bills, if creditors are harassing you or you have received notice of a lawsuit, you should contact our firm as soon as possible. We can review your situation and recommend an appropriate solution for you.
If your decision is to file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, we can stop the threat of a judgment, wage garnishment and repossession. Bankruptcy can reduce or completely eliminate credit card debt, medical bills and other loan obligations.
Do not delay. The sooner you call the Bankruptcy Center of John D. Raymond, the sooner we can act to help you protect your assets.
Free Consultation with a Bankruptcy Attorney
Serving clients throughout the entire Bay Area including:
- Daly City
- South San Francisco
- San Bruno
- And More
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.