What are automatic stays in bankruptcy? If your creditors are calling and harassing you, a provision in the bankruptcy code called the automatic stay will give you immediate relief. The automatic stay forces creditors to stop taking legal action against you, and from even contacting you. If you file for bankruptcy in Alabama, the automatic stay goes into effect immediately. If you have questions about the automatic stay and how bankruptcy law can help you, the bankruptcy attorneys at Ferguson & Ferguson can help. We can help you protect yourself against creditors and get started on the road to debt relief. Call 256-534-3435. Calling our Huntsville bankruptcy attorneys is the first step on the road to debt relief.
If you want to get the creditors to quit calling, filing for bankruptcy and enacting the automatic stay is your best option. Once the automatic stay goes into effect, your creditors are not even allowed to call you, write you or harass you. Any communication will have to go through your bankruptcy attorney. If you file bankruptcy, and your creditors try to contact you, you can tell them to call us. We will deal with the creditors.
In most situations, the automatic stay will:
In most cases, the automatic stay remains in effect for the duration of the bankruptcy case. However, there are situations in which the automatic stay is limited or not enforced at all:
For a free initial consultation about filing for bankruptcy with Ferguson & Ferguson, call 256-534-3435. We understand the bankruptcy laws and we are here to help. Call 256-534-3435 or 256-350-7200.