At Risk Of A Wage Garnishment Or Bank Account Levy?
Financial hardships come to many well-intentioned people. If you are struggling to meet your debt obligations because of difficulties, such as job loss or medical challenges, you are not alone — but you are right to realize you need help.
If you have fallen behind on credit card payments, installment loans or any similar financial obligation and are unable to catch up, the lender may seek a judgment against you. This can happen quickly. Some people in this situation have missed court notices and have then experienced harsh consequences, including seizure of assets through garnishment or foreclosure. When a judge grants a judgment against you, the lender may use it to pursue garnishment of your wages or an invasion of your available cash through a bank account levy.
Stop Creditors From Seizing Your Assets By Filing Bankruptcy
At Walsh Law Firm, P.L.L.C., we are interested in helping clients prevent wage garnishment and bank account levies. We want you to enjoy the peace of mind that comes from facing and dealing appropriately with debts you cannot repay.
Even if wage garnishment or a bank account levy has already occurred, we may be able to recover some or all of those funds for you when you file bankruptcy. However, as the saying goes, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” It will be easier, less expensive and more effective for you to stop wage garnishment and stop a bank account levy before it happens.
We urge you to discuss your situation with a knowledgeable, compassionate bankruptcy lawyer. Schedule a free initial consultation with an attorney by calling 662-205-6546 or 800-564-5419 (toll free) or sending an email message through this website.