When a person is no longer able to pay their debts and falls behind on their payments, creditors typically start taking action to collect. Although creditors are allowed to conduct collection actions or hire a collection service to do the work for them, there are certain actions that are not allowed.
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) was established to protect your rights as a consumer. If you have been treated unfairly or believe that your rights were violated under the FDCPA, you should speak with a lawyer right away. At Nass Law Firm, we can take the time to evaluate your situation and determine whether you have grounds for a claim of violations. As a boutique law firm, we are able to devote personal attention to your case and work towards the best possible outcome on your behalf.
Collection agencies have specific actions which they are not allowed to take, as regulated by the FDCPA. Whether you are past your due date or your creditor is simply behaving unlawfully, we are here to represent you and ensure your rights are not violated. Having debt is already a stressful situation, and there are many different ways that debt collectors can take action to make it worse.
A few examples of creditors who are not behaving lawfully include the following:
Whether or not you want to consider filing for bankruptcy, you deserve to have a lawyer on your side who will ensure your rights are not violated. With more than 65 years of collective experience, our attorneys are passionate about pursuing the best possible outcome on your behalf. As a boutique law firm in Beverly Hills, we are able to devote personal attention to your case. Backed by the experience of handling hundreds of bankruptcy-related cases, our attorneys can provide insightful guidance and representation to your case.
Please give us a call today at 310.935.0663 to schedule a case consultation with one of our attorneys.