If your wages are currently being garnished, bankruptcy is a very good option for you. A wage garnishment can allow a creditor to take up to 25% of your net wages. A Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy will stop creditors from garnishing your paychecks or levying your bank account. If you have received a summons in the mail or are already being garnished, please contact our office for a free consultation.
The Schill Law Group expedites cases with garnishment concerns. Our attorney routinely prepares the bankruptcy petition, meets with the client for the signing appointment, and files the bankruptcy case in as little as 24-48 hours. This means from the time you retain the firm and give our attorney your information; she can process your case and send your employer a notice to stop the garnishment of your wages.