Panama City, FLA.– As the COVID-19 pandemic began to gain momentum last year, many debt collectors have temporarily suspended collection attempts, leading to a dramatic drop in collection lawsuits. The team of foreclosure lawyers in Panama City, Lewis and Jurnovoy, theorize that this leniency period appears to be coming to an end as collection activity has started to increase in earnest in recent weeks. Debt collection companies across the country appear to have resumed normal operations, filing both credit card lawsuits and foreclosures.
It is not uncommon for people to be in debt before they realize they need the help of debt professionals. According to Lewis and Jurnovoy, there are signs of growing debt they advised to watch out for. These signs include receiving phone calls and letters from debt collection agencies, regularly having to delay or skip credit card payments or mortgages, or constantly having to borrow more money for pay bills. Dealing with some or all of these issues means now is the time to seek legal advice.
During a recent segment of their live show, “Bankruptcy Hour,” hosted by Lewis and Jurnovoy weekly Tuesday on Blab TV, Lewis said, “You shouldn’t have to go through this alone if you’re having trouble with financial problems. … Give us a call, let us set you up and see what happens and see what we can do to try and point you in the right direction to help you get out of debt and move forward.
Lewis and Jurnovoy have provided bankruptcy assistance and legal advice for over 25 years in Florida. Lawyers of the trusted bankruptcy firm offer free of charge bankruptcy consultations to help determine the most beneficial option for each customer. For more information regarding debt relief or bankruptcy law, call Lewis and Jurnovoy at (850) 913-9110 or visit them online at www.LewisandJurnovoy.com.
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Lewis & Jurnovoy, Pennsylvania – PCB
2714 15th Street West
Panama City, Florida 32401