Wage Garnishments

Living paycheck to paycheck is difficult enough without worrying about wage garnishment. I have the experience necessary to help you assess your bills, and together we’ll work to achieve the best results for your situation.

Other than paying the debt in full, the only way to stop wage garnishments is to file for bankruptcy. It is critical that you speak to a bankruptcy lawyer as soon as you get a notice of a lawsuit, receive a summons or think a creditor is bringing a lawsuit against you.

Contact me as soon as you receive a garnishment notice, and we’ll utilize my resources and information to make a decision about how to proceed. Whether you file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, filing bankruptcy immediately stops garnishments, even if it has already begun.

Sometimes good people run into unfortunate financial situations. And that’s OK, because luckily you are already making a good effort by evaluating your options. You have the choice of working with a knowledgeable and compassionate attorney who will look out for your best interest.

Contact me today to schedule a free initial consultation at 502-267-7967 or use my contact form.