How Do I Stop Wage Garnishment?

When your wages are garnished because of unpaid debts, every payday can be a disappointment. Creditors are taking the money that you have worked hard to earn, and what's worse, it can feel like you aren't making any progress toward paying off your debts.

It doesn't have to be this way. Too many people dismiss bankruptcy as something that isn't an option for them. In fact, bankruptcy protection can be one of the quickest ways to end wage garnishment while also tackling the underlying problem of excessive debt.

I am Jonesboro and Stockbridge attorney Allen Hammond, and my firm, Hammond & Hammond, P.C., is 100 percent dedicated to helping people in the South Metro area obtain debt relief and end the cycle of creditor harassment and wage garnishment. If you want to put an end to people taking your hard-earned money, I am here to help.

Call 770-603-6572 for a free consultation. I make debt relief through bankruptcy accessible, offering low down payments and flexible payment plans for my services.

How Bankruptcy Can Give You Your Paycheck Back

It really doesn't get any simpler than this: The moment you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection, wage garnishment must stop immediately. Just as importantly, creditors and debt collection agencies must stop communicating with you once you have filed for bankruptcy. Instead, I will handle all necessary correspondence to make sure you don't face continued harassment over unpaid debts.

I can begin the filing process in as little as one hour, and the total time required for many bankruptcies is around three months. Most of my clients have to do little once we have filed, other than attend a meeting where a "bankruptcy trustee" will review the terms of a proposed bankruptcy. I am with my clients every step along the way, and am always available to answer questions or address concerns that come up.

Have you faced wage garnishment for a long time? If so, I may even be able to help you get garnished wages returned after we begin bankruptcy proceedings.

You Can Get A Fresh Start. Contact My Firm Today.

Stopping wage garnishment is only one of the advantages of bankruptcy protection. To speak with an experienced Georgia bankruptcy lawyer, contact me, attorney Allen Hammond, now: Email my firm or call 770-603-6572.

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