Bankruptcy Stops
Creditor Lawsuits


If you get behind on your bills,and one of your creditors files a lawsuit against you, this is what you can expect:

A uniformed sheriff with a gun and a badge will come to your home or workplace to serve you papers. Your neighbors, spouse, and family or your boss and co-workers will see the sheriff come looking for you. What will they think? How will you feel?

” Don’t let shame or fear keep you tied to unmanageable debt “


Being tracked down and served papers for nonpayment of bills is humiliating. You can avoid this embarrassment if you contact the law office of Rhode Island bankruptcy attorney John S. Simonian. Once Mr. Simonian files bankruptcy for you, creditors cannot file lawsuits against you.

Attorney John S. Simonian understands how much people who are behind on their bills worry about being sued. One of his clients was so frightened of being served papers, he would not leave his house. He was panicking and afraid. Every hour he’d part the shades just enough so he could get a glimpse of the street. He was looking for the sheriff’s car — or any vehicle that looked out of place. He was a prisoner in his own home.

When you face daunting financial issues, your debt can seem like an unsolvable problem. It’s easy to become stuck — frozen in place — and not know what to do. You can feel depressed and helpless.

It is important to realize that anyone can find themselves in financial difficulty through no fault of their own. Bankruptcy offers an opportunity to make a fresh start.


Help is available. You have options. For more than 20 years, bankruptcy attorney John Simonian has helped people just like you get their lives back. Please call 401-941-4800 at your earliest convenience or contact Mr. Simonian online. He will discuss a plan for resolving your problem, so you will be able to sleep at night again. You won’t believe how good it will feel to have this burden taken from you.

From offices in Providence, bankruptcy attorney John Simonian represents clients throughout Rhode Island, including residents of  Providence, Warwick, Cranston, Pawtucket, East Providence, Woonsocket, Central Falls, and West Warwick.