Stop Wage Garnishment
Under most circumstances, you cannot be fired simply because a creditor is garnishing your wages. Receiving a letter from your employer notifying you of the garnishment can be embarrassing, though, and losing a portion of your income may lead to other financial difficulties. Our attorneys can help you determine whether filing bankruptcy is the right solution for your situation.
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Protect Yourself From Creditors' Lawsuits
We know how distressing lawsuits and wage garnishment can be. Most people only default on their bills when they are unable to repay their debts and cover basic necessities such as rent, groceries and transportation. When this happens, you may be tempted to turn to credit cards or payday loans, which can plunge you further into debt.
Bankruptcy is a more effective solution in most situations. As soon as you file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, you are protected by an injunction called the automatic stay, which prevents creditors from contacting you to collect on debts. The automatic stay ends wage garnishment and puts any pending lawsuits on hold. Our lawyers will analyze your financial issues and explain how bankruptcy can help you.
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If you have questions about how bankruptcy can help you, contact Forghany Law P.C. online or call
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We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.