Putting A Stop To Wage Garnishment

When your wages are being garnished, you likely don't care how or why it's happening, you just want to make it stop. At our law firm, we help clients stop the garnishment of their wages quickly and affordably while providing the necessary instruction to ensure it doesn't happen again.

Although each case is different, for many clients, this process begins with filing for consumer bankruptcy protection. At the law office of Michael B. Marks in Louisville, we can walk you through the entire process.

Call us at 502-785-0953 today to schedule a free consultation.

Helping You Hold On To Your Paycheck

If you carry substantial debts, you already know that creditors are relentless. One method of collection creditors use is wage garnishment. More than just an inconvenience, wage garnishment is a severe legal procedure that strips debtors of a significant portion of their paycheck.

Below is a list of debts that commonly result in bank garnishment:

  • Personal loans
  • Credit card bills
  • Medical bills
  • Car loans
  • Judgments

At our firm, Michael will help you understand how to suspend wage garnishment by filing for bankruptcy. Additionally, he will help you implement a plan to put an end to your wage garnishment issues.

No matter your situation, we can help get the creditors off your back while investigating solutions for repayment.

Wage Garnishment Protection

Although there are numerous protections in place for debtors whose wages are garnished, the most effective way to stop creditor harassment is to contact a skilled and knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney.

For those in Louisville and others throughout Kentucky or southern Indiana, our firm provides straightforward legal advice in matters of bankruptcy protection. Why give up another paycheck to creditors when you can take immediate action? Contact Michael by calling 502-785-0953 to schedule a no-obligation consultation with a lawyer who listens to your concerns.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.