Bankruptcy Stops Wage Garnishment
Wage garnishment is a devastating setback for someone who was already struggling financially and falling behind on debt payments. If your wages are being garnished after a creditor lawsuit or your creditors are threatening you with wage garnishment, you do not have to accept the outcome without a fight.
Bankruptcy stops wage garnishment and other collection actions. If you are struggling with debt and considering filing for bankruptcy, Kindlund Legal LLC is here for you. I have more than 30 years of experience in bankruptcy law. I can help you explore all the options available to you to stop wage garnishment and get on the road to debt relief.
With a law office in Bethesda, I handle bankruptcy law matters throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia.
What Your Creditors Don’t Want You To Know
Aggressive creditors want to instill fear in debtors, and the threat of wage garnishment is one of the most potent threats in their arsenal. What they would rather wish you don’t know is that bankruptcy puts an immediate end to wage garnishment and other collection actions.
As soon as you file for bankruptcy, the automatic stay goes into effect. This is one of the most powerful legal injunctions available to the American consumer. It overpowers any legal authority your creditor has to garnish your wages, seize your bank account holdings or otherwise act against you.
I am here to help you take full advantage of the power afforded to you by bankruptcy law. In emergency situations, I can act quickly to help you get relief faster so that you can preserve your paycheck to the greatest possible extent.
Protect Your Financial Future
If you want to preserve the full value of your paycheck and stop wage garnishment, I am here to help. To discuss your debt relief options in a free initial consultation, contact my Bethesda law office by telephone at (240) 539-9393 or online by filling out a brief contact form.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
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