Waco Attorney For Bankruptcy And Payday Loans

Payday lenders are known for taking advantage of people who are struggling. With their astronomical interest rates, access to unsuspecting borrowers' bank accounts, and ruthless collection agents, payday loan companies can seem very powerful when you are in debt to them.

If you feel trapped in a payday loan, there is hope. The truth is this: Payday loans are unsecured debts that can be easily discharged in Chapter 7 bankruptcy. That means that once you file bankruptcy, the payday lender can no longer contact you, and you no longer have to make payments. (It is important to note that a payday lender cannot lawfully take your property, threaten to take your property or threaten to arrest you.)

It is also important to know that you can stop payday lenders from taking your money simply by changing banks — even if a collector tells you otherwise, harasses you with phone calls or threatens you. Payday collectors are known for intimidating borrowers and using scare tactics to get money.

Bell County Lawyer For Dischargeable Debt

If you are searching for a lawyer in Waco, Texas, who can help you escape from a payday loan and deal with other forms of debt, please contact The Kehl Law Firm, P.C. We will be happy to evaluate your situation and help you:

  • Get a plan for your payday loan
  • Understand if bankruptcy may be in your best interest
  • Understand how much the bankruptcy process may cost you
  • Address your credit card debt, medical bills, auto loans, mortgage and other obligations
  • Understand your rights and responsibilities as a military service member

Our firm is a family business that cares about other families. We strive to be compassionate, practical and affordable. We welcome the opportunity to serve you.

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Our attorney can answer your questions about bankruptcy and payday loans. Contact us for a free consultation.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.