Arizona & California Creditor Harassment Attorneys

Helping Victims of Debt Collector and Creditor Harassment

Debt collector and creditor harassment are practices which no consumer should have to deal with. In fact, state and federal law exist on this specific subject which prohibit creditor abuse and harassment, offering consumers legal recourse when they suffer losses as a result of these unlawful practices. At Stockton Law Offices, our dedicated legal team can offer you the representation you need and deserve in these situations in order to help you seek justice against the creditor or debt collector who has been harassing you. 

A creditor harassment lawyer at our firm can meet with you during an initial consultation to give you much-needed legal guidance. This consultation is free of charge, and you may find that it will help you get a clear understanding of your rights as a debtor, including what you can do to stop creditor abuse from continuing to occur. Stockton Law Offices represents debtors throughout California and Arizona.

What is Creditor Harassment?

Some examples of creditor harassment may include:

  • Continued contact, numerous times a day
  • Harassing a debtor at his or her workplace
  • Discussing information about a debtor with a third party (friend, co-worker, family member, etc.)
  • Making threats or abusive comments
  • Use of expletives or racial slurs
  • Continued contact after knowing a debtor is working with an attorney or has filed for bankruptcy

At Stockton Law Offices, we can protect your rights under the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, taking the time to not only understand your particular situation but also to aggressively defend your rights to the full extent of California, Arizona and federal law.

Stop debt collector and creditor harassment! Contact a California or Arizona creditor abuse attorney at Stockton Law Offices today!





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Arizona Office:
8655 E. Via De Ventura   Suite G200   Scottsdale, Arizona 85258

California Office:
16480 Harbor Boulevard   Suite 101   Fountain Valley, California 92708

Phone: (866) 682-8776   Fax: (866) 207-4082