Wage Garnishment

Types of Garnishment

In recent years, the number of Americans who have experienced wage garnishment from creditors has jumped considerably. Debt collectors blame the increase on the combative actions of debtors who will try to avoid attempts to settle debt. Wage garnishment is a legal remedy that must be approved by a court and is a tool for creditors to obtain money from a lender. When wage garnishment occurs, your employer will withhold a portion of your wages or bank accounts to pay back the debt.

If you are struggling to pay off credit card debt, there is a chance that your creditor will sell your debt to a debt collection company. After that happens, there is a good chance that a lawsuit will be filed against you and the judge may allow garnishment against you. While the most common type of garnishment is wage garnishment, creditors can also receive approval to garnish property or bank accounts as well.

Enlist the Qualified Help that you Deserve

Garnishment can be embarrassing for individuals who are trying to hide their financial problems. If you suspect that a creditor is seeking wage garnishment against you, or if your paycheck has substantially decreased in amount, contact Attorney Chenelle immediately. Wage garnishments can add further strain to your existing financial problems, and you may lose control over your personal finances.

With the help of Attorney Chenelle, you can file for bankruptcy and avoid the annoying problem of wage garnishment. Attorney Chenelle understands what you are going through and he will do everything possible to improve your situation. Attorney Chenelle is intimately familiar with the steps that can be taken to prevent a garnishment, and he will help you reach a favorable solution to your financial problems. Contact Attorney Chenelle today if you have had a wage garnishment action implemented against you.

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