How can I stop a wage garnishment right away?
If you have an outstanding debt that you’ve missed payments on, a creditor can choose to sue you so that a judge will decide to garnish your wages. This means that part of your pay is taken each paycheck to give to the creditor.
Generally, a judge has to make this happen but that’s not always the case. There are debts like overdue income tax debt, student loan debt, or unpaid child support, where your wages can be garnished without a judge ordering it.
Wage garnishment can cause:
- Shame (your employer is involved in your financial troubles).
- Serious financial complications (since you are forced to make ends meet with less income). Creditors might seize up to 25% of your net pay, leaving you with little money to buy groceries or gas.
The best way to keep your wages from being garnished so that you get all of your money is to get in touch with the top bankruptcy lawyers Westland at Detroit Bankruptcy Law. With our experience, you’ll be able to get the best plan for stopping wage garnishment using bankruptcy. Bankruptcy makes it against the law for creditors to contact you at all during bankruptcy and that includes collection attempts.
We can help in how to stop wage garnishment Westland and potentially get some money back for you!
Detroit Bankruptcy Law has the top Westland bankruptcy lawyers which allows us to give you the greatest legal defense against wage garnishment you can get. Without a lawyer with this kind of experience, it’s unlikely that your wage garnishment will be stopped. To keep child support from garnishing your wages, stop wage garnishment, or learn how long stopping wage garnishment takes, call Detroit Bankruptcy Law and Rita Kostopoulos Associates now. Give us a call and we can tell you more about stopping bank, income, and wage garnishment!