Wage Garnishment

Protecting Your Wages From Garnishment

Has a creditor obtained a court order to garnish your hard-earned wages, to satisfy a debt?

In a work life filled with pressure, amid an uncertain state and national economy, this is one pressure you do not need. You have the power to stop garnishment in its tracks — with the help of the Nicolet Law Office, S.C.

As your consumer bankruptcy lawyer, your Nicolet Law Office attorney can recommend workable debt relief methods that can put your legal and financial problems behind you. Under the guidance of our law firm's respected founder, we have helped individuals and families across Wisconsin to find the "fresh start" they need. We can help you too.

During your free initial consultation at the Nicolet Law Office, S.C., you will learn the facts and options you need to be aware of that can lead to sound decisions about your future. Three of those viable options include Chapter 7 liquidation, Chapter 13 debt reorganization and the Chapter 128 bankruptcy alternative. We pinpoint the strategy that fits your unique situation and stays available to you throughout the legal process so that any sudden questions or concerns you have can be promptly addressed.

Contact us today to get on the road to financial freedom and a life without fear of further wage garnishment. Call toll free — 800-456-6956. You can also email us.

Nicolet Law Office, S.C. — Years Of Experience, Reputation For Results

Creditors have the right to the money you owe them, and many will stop at nothing to get what they are owed. Getting by when you are having financial trouble is a struggle in itself. When creditors start garnishing your wages, getting back on track becomes that much harder.

Legally, creditors can siphon up to a fourth of each paycheck to pay back the debts you owe. When you file for bankruptcy, an automatic stay is put into place. This requires all creditors and third-party collecting agencies to stop their garnishment efforts. If the garnishment of your wages has already begun, we can work with the court to return some or all of these lost wages to you.

In Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases, wage garnishments can be stopped temporarily and your unsecured debts, such as credit card and medical bills, will be forgiven. In Chapter 13 bankruptcy, your debts can be spread out over time as you pay them off without penalty.

Worried About Wage Garnishment? Talk To a Reputable Bankruptcy Lawyer

Working directly with you from start to finish, your Nicolet Law Office lawyer is passionate about helping you find the best possible outcome for your financial situation. Your initial consultation with our skilled attorney is free of charge. We also offer flat-fee bankruptcy, payment plans and reasonable fees. Our toll-free number is 800-456-6956.