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Bill Collector Harassment

Debt collector harassment is illegal. Learn about your rights and when to take legal action.


Filing bankruptcy may be the exact fresh start that a person needs in order to get out of debt and move on with their life.

Credit Card Defense

Are you being sued over a credit card or student loan? You have rights too.

Debt Collection Harassment - Your Rights and Defenses in Florida

Being harassed by bill collectors?

Florida's comprehensive and powerful law to address illegal debt collection practices. Bill collectors must comply with very strict rules. A single telephone call, letter, or email can trigger a violation of the Florida Consumer Collections Practices Act (FCCPA).

How to Survive Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy might offer you a fresh start by erasing your debts and allowing you to retain certain assets. Alternatively, it could provide a structured, equitable repayment strategy, helping you manage your debts more efficiently and possibly catch up on your mortgage payments.

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How can we help?

Leveraging our comprehensive expertise in bankruptcy and debt collection law, we'll navigate you through the intricate legal landscape, arming you with the necessary tools and insights to effectively counter bankruptcy and fend off harassment from debt collectors.

Our team of seasoned legal experts is committed to devising the most potent strategies and solutions to safeguard your residence and ensure your financial health remains intact.

"Mr . Peck has been absolutely amazing! Right from the start , he had my back and was eager to get the job done! I trusted him and his advice and came out on top! Thank You Peck Law Firm Spring Hill! Thank you from the bottom of my heart!!"

Katherine Snider

November 2023

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Frequently Asked Questions

Below is a useful Foreclosure Question and Answer to help those facing foreclosure or those concerned with how foreclosure may affect them, as well as brief explanations of how getting legal representation can help you in this process.

I have just been served with a Summons and Foreclosure Complaint. What do I do?

Respond within 20 days of service. Unless you are familiar with legal proceedings and applicable law, it’s best to get an experienced and knowledgable lawyer, without delay.

If I do nothing, what will happen?

A Default and Default Judgement will be entered, and the Court will then auction your property.

After the property is auctioned by the Court Clerk, do I have to get out?


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