Dealing with financial responsibilities when relationships end can be hard, but when it is compounded by someone’s bankruptcy filing, it can become very frustrating. The experienced attorneys at Luftman, Heck & Associates are currently assisting a man with handling a case of creditor harassment from a jewelry retailer that sent our client a letter demanding payment for some jewelry that he gave an ex-girlfriend. Since the relationship ended, the man is no longer in possession of the items in question and has since completed a bankruptcy filing, which should have prompted the retailer to stop communication regarding his debts. He wanted to efficiently handle this violation so he contacted Luftman, Heck & Associates.
After retaining their services, attorney Matthew Alden has been in contact with the retailer and the law firm managing these aggressive collection activities. Attorney Alden provided an affidavit confirming that his client no longer has the jewelry and will be pursuing a monetary settlement for creditor harassment and violating the terms of his bankruptcy filing in an effort to correct their business practices.
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