Creditor Harassment Lawyers In Charleston, West Virginia

Collection calls are an unpleasant fact of life for many individuals and families in West Virginia. But when debt collectors and creditors become overly aggressive, threatening or inappropriate, these calls can go from unpleasant to harassing or even frightening.

You should not run from your house because the phone rings. You should not tremble when your phone rings. Phone harassers will not stop without you stepping up. Call us now at 800-290-2889 for relief.

Even if you feel overwhelmed or hopeless in the face of creditor harassment, remember that it is possible to stop unwanted phone calls, stop phone solicitation and stop repossession of your property. The creditor harassment attorneys of Powell & Majestro P.L.L.C. are aggressive advocates helping debtors protect their rights and fight for fair debt collection.

  • Contact us and we will help you stop the harassing calls.
  • We can help you bring a lawsuit against creditors who act improperly.
  • We can help you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

We have long been recognized as advocates for consumers and debtors. We frequently represent their interests in litigation and appeals because we care deeply about our neighbors in West Virginia and clients across the country. Both of our managing lawyers have practiced in West Virginia for decades and feel a strong connection to the community.

Are You Being Harassed By Creditors? It's Time To Call Powell & Majestro P.L.L.C.

Our offices are conveniently located in Charleston and Parkersburg, West Virginia, and we serve clients throughout the surrounding communities and all over West Virginia. To learn more about your rights as a debtor in a free initial consultation, we invite you to contact us online, or call our offices in Charleston at 304-346-2889. In the Parkersburg area, call us at 304-422-6555. Throughout West Virginia, you may call us toll free at 800-290-2889.

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