If you owe a certain amount of debt to one or more creditors, they may have started to take action against you. These measures can include things like foreclosure, repossession, and bank and wage garnishment. Having your bank account emptied or your wages garnished can not only be stressful on your finances, but it can affect you in many ways. Our Salt Lake City wage garnishment attorneys at Enderton & Mathews, LLC, can help ensure your rights are not violated and seek protection.
The most common solutions to wage and bank garnishment are:
- Chapter 7 bankruptcy
- Chapter 13 bankruptcy
- Debt negotiation
- Debt consolidation
SEEK RELIEF FROM DEBT WITH BANKRUPTCY
Filing for bankruptcy is often thought of as is a last resort but is often the best option when you are already incredibly stressed out about your finances. While you are overwhelmed by debt, it can be difficult to look forward to the future, especially if you are being threatened or facing wage or bank garnishments. Bankruptcy may be the answer you are looking for, providing short-term relief as well as a fresh start on your life. Bankruptcy immediately stops all garnishments.
BANKRUPTCY STOPS WAGE GARNISHMENT
When you file for Chapter 7, you can usually discharge your unsecured debt. This gives you a second chance to handle your finances. Under Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you can restructure your debt and create a three- to five-year payment plan. Most chapter 13 cases do not require you to pay anything back to unsecured creditorsAt Enderton & Mathews, our experienced attorneys can help you determine which chapter may be right for you.
With either chapter, filing for bankruptcy with the help of our centrally located Salt Lake City bankruptcy attorneyprevents creditors from harassing you, stops any repossession or foreclosure, and puts an end to wage and bank garnishments. With more than 30 years of experience, our firm has helped many individuals like yourself seek relief from debt and garnishments through bankruptcy.
If you are interested in our help, call us today at for a complimentary consultation.