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Wage Garnishment Help Westland


Can I stop wage garnishment right now?

Yes, bankruptcy can stop it immediately. If part of your paycheck is being taken out before you get it to give to creditors, then your wages are being garnished. In most cases a judge has to rule to garnish your wages, but Westland wage garnishment doesn’t always require that. Here are some situations where your wages can be garnished without a judge ordering it: unpaid child support, past due student loan debt, and past due income tax debt.

Stop Wage Garnishment Westland

Wage garnishment can cause:

  1. Public embarrassment (since your employer is notified of your financial situation).
  2. Financial difficulties (since you have to make ends meet with less income). Creditors might take much as 25% of your pay, leaving you with less than you need for daily expenses.

With bankruptcy active, Westland wage garnishment will stop. The automatic stay activated by bankruptcy makes collection attempts against you illegal, including wage garnishment. In fact, creditors can’t even contact you directly. Anything they have to say has to go through your Detroit Bankruptcy Law attorneys first.

Westland Wage Garnishment Relief

We can help stop wage garnishment and possibly get some of your money back for you!

Bankruptcy can be a tricky process, so make sure you have a Westland bankruptcy lawyer who has the experience to get you the best result. Detroit Bankruptcy Law and Kostopoulos Associates have the lawyers you need, the ones with the expertise and experience to stop Westland wage garnishment. Let us use our determination, skills, and deep experience to get rid of your financial troubles through bankruptcy. If you want to stop wage, bank, and income garnishment as soon as possible, get in touch with Detroit Bankruptcy Law for a free consultation!