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Unmanageable debt causes enough stress all by itself. But threats and harassing phone calls from creditors can take your fear and anxiety to a whole other level. Fortunately, you can fight back – with incredible effectiveness.

Having handled over 70,000 Minnesota bankruptcy cases, the attorneys at Prescott know exactly how to bring you relief. In fact, you’ll be amazed at how quickly the harassment comes to an end following a bankruptcy filing. That’s because we’ll notify your creditors that our firm is representing you. If a creditor or collection agency does call, simply refer them to our office. You can focus on living your life again.

The power of a bankruptcy filing.

The minute we file your bankruptcy petition, it’s not only the harassment that stops. Threats of foreclosure, repossession and wage garnishment stop. Collection lawsuits stop as well.

The law on this point is clear: You are protected. After all, bankruptcy is about rehabilitation, not punishment. The system was established to help people get a fresh financial start, not to make them suffer for getting into debt.

Contact us today for a free consultation. We’ll help you achieve a solution that enables you to move forward in your life without fear or shame.

Knowing that many people with debt are not aware of their rights, many debt collection companies stoop to unscrupulous activities, and even fraud, to get money.

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