Spokane Attorney Helping You Fight Garnishments
Few situations can seem more hopeless than when you are already living under trying financial circumstances and a wage or bank garnishment is put into place. What may have been a difficult but manageable situation may now be an impossible one. Most people who are living on tight budgets simply do not have the resources to be able to live with a wage or bank garnishment.
If you have been fighting to keep your head above water financially, only to have a creditor or debt collector throw your budget and finances another challenge that you may not be able to meet, you owe it to yourself to learn more about what options are available to help you get the fresh start you deserve.
The Automatic Stay Stops Garnishments
Upon filing for bankruptcy protection, the automatic stay takes effect. The automatic stay is an injunction that puts an immediate stop to all collection activities, including wage and bank garnishments. This means that as soon as you file for protection under the Bankruptcy Code, your wage and/or bank garnishments will cease.
Helping You Make Informed Financial Decisions
At Sheppard Law Office, PC, our firm understands the difficult situations that people find themselves in because of wage and bank garnishments. We believe that people deserve to have the full protection of the law as they work to build a stronger financial future for themselves and their families. We will discuss your situation with you during a free initial consultation. We will ensure that you understand the best options available to help you stop your garnishments and create the fresh start you deserve.
Contact The Spokane Bank Garnishment Lawyer Of Sheppard Law Office, PC
You do not have to suffer wage and bank garnishments. Learn about how bankruptcy can help you get the fresh start you deserve. To schedule a free initial consultation with our Spokane Valley bankruptcy attorney, call 509-368-7620 or toll free at 866-440-6653, or simply contact us online.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.