Credit Card Debt

Hemet Credit Card Debt Attorney

A credit card is a nice convenience until interest and penalties start mounting. Then, the little plastic card can quickly start to feel like a heavy anchor around your neck.

At the Law Office of Alec Harshey, we understand the hardships that come with credit card debt — harassing phone calls, threats of lawsuits and garnishment — and we are here to help. With more than 30 years of bankruptcy experience, attorney Alec Harshey and our legal team are prepared to help you put your credit card debt behind you for good.

Contact us today to discover how you can open the door to a brighter future. Our Hemet credit card debt lawyers are available at 951-663-4998 or toll free at 877-824-8147.

Bankruptcy And Credit Card Debt

Credit card companies aggressively offer new credit cards to qualified consumers. When the credit card holders run into financial problems and can no longer keep up with their bills, those same companies apply aggressive tactics and charge onerous interest and penalties.

Filing for bankruptcy enacts the automatic stay, a legal injunction that stops creditors from taking any action against you. It even stops them from calling you.

If you are drowning in credit card debt, you may wonder if bankruptcy is the best option for you. You may have considered trying to work out a settlement with the credit card company. Our attorneys can carefully analyze your situation to help you determine if bankruptcy is the best option for you.

If you decide bankruptcy is for you, we will guide you through all stages of the Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy process. Our goal is to help you put your credit card debt behind you for good.

Contact A Murrieta Credit Card Debt Relief Lawyer

We invite you to take a moment to talk with our Murrieta and Hemet credit card debt lawyers. We are available at 951-663-4998 or toll free at 877-824-8147, or you can send us an email. We offer reasonable fees and affordable payment plans.

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