What is the Nevada FDCPA?
The Nevada FDCPA, otherwise known as the Nevada Fair Debt Collection Practices
Act of 1978 is an act solely interested in protected those consumers who
are being abused or harassed by
corrupt debt collectors. The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act strictly forbids collectors from
contacting debtors at inconvenient hours, generally any time after 9 pm
and before 8 am, or contacting the debtor's friends or family and
disclosing private, personal debt information with these people.
Due to the stressful nature of
debt, it is understandable that a debtor would be extremely displeased to find
out a collector has called and revealed personal information to a loved
one. You may not want anyone to know you are in debt in fear of losing
your reputation or good name. By contacting a
Nevada bankruptcy attorney at Price Law Group, you can rest assured that your information will remain
confidential, and your name will not be soiled due to extreme debt.
Nevada Bankruptcy and Debt Relief Attorney
A lawyer for bankruptcy and debt relief in your area may be closer than
you think. With that being said, your solution to finding relief from
your debt may be just as close. If you and your family fear that excessive
debt may lead to a home foreclosure, do not waste another minute and speak
with an authorized debt relief attorney.
Contact a Nevada bankruptcy attorney at Price Law Group today.
For more information call us at 866-210-1722 or fill out the form below.