Arizona Regulations on Debt Collection
Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
The FDCPA, a set of laws established in 1978, has helped many individuals
put an end to
creditor harassment, and prevented it altogether in many other situations. Harassment practices
debt collectors exhibit include but are not limited to contacting the
friends and family of the debtor to discuss personal debt matters, threatening
debtors with an arrest or jail time, and/or using profane or abusive language
when speaking with debtors.
If you feel that you have been harassed or verbally abused by a creditor,
we urge you to contact an
Arizona bankruptcy attorney at Price Law Group at once, for the creditor may have violated the Fair
Debt Collection Practices Act.
An Arizona bankruptcy attorney is on your side!
When you contact an experienced lawyer for bankruptcy in Arizona, you will
find that they will be able to do so much more than just protect you from
creditor harassment. The highly qualified legal team at our firm will
stop at nothing to ensure that you and your family are protected from
these creditors and other abusive debt collectors. They will also be able
to discuss your financial situation and how you may be able to turn it around.
To find out how an attorney can help you find debt relief,
contact an Arizona bankruptcy lawyer at Price Law Group today!
For more information call us at 866-210-1722 or fill out the form below.