What Should I Do About A Creditor Lawsuit?

Debt and financial difficulties are stressful enough without having to deal with a lawsuit. At the law firm of Kingcade Garcia McMaken in Miami, we help clients regain control of their finances and resolve creditor lawsuits. If you're facing a lawsuit, it is important to obtain legal representation as soon as possible. You only have 20 days to file a response to a creditor lawsuit in Florida, and as soon as a lawsuit has been filed, your personal property and assets may be at risk.

Filing Bankruptcy Can Stop The Lawsuit In Its Tracks

The best way to stop a creditor lawsuit is to file for bankruptcy protection. Upon filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, an automatic stay will go into effect stopping all creditor collections activities, including lawsuits and creditor harassment. Whether the lawsuit was just filed or the court already ordered a judgment against you, any current proceedings, including wage garnishment, will immediately stop.

When you hire Kingcade Garcia McMaken, we will file a response to any lawsuit against you, assist you in filing for bankruptcy relief and have the lawsuit dismissed. If a creditor or bank has hired a lawyer, shouldn't you have one too?

The Time To Act Is Right Now

If a creditor is threatening to file a lawsuit in order to repossess your property or garnish your wages, the time to act is right now. At Kingcade Garcia McMaken, we offer every potential client a free initial consultation. Don't lose your home, car or wealth. Call our attorneys in Miami at 305-285-9100 to find out how we can help you or contact us online.