White Plains And Carmel Attorney For Stopping Wage Garnishment

Juggling bills in an effort to make ends meet is difficult enough. But when a creditor has obtained a judgment against you, it can obtain an order to garnish wages or place a restraint on your bank account. Having your wages garnished through an income execution order is a real threat to your ability to paying day-to-day household expenses.

Most people who are facing wage garnishment problems have been beaten down by bill collectors. When a judgment creditor taps into your income, you may feel that nothing can be done. In truth, there is a way out. Filing for bankruptcy will effectively stop wage garnishment and bank account restraints. As soon as a petition is filed with the bankruptcy court, an automatic stay kicks in. The stay is a court order that stops all bill collection activities dead in their tracks. That includes wage garnishment and bank account seizures.

A Skilled Attorney For Stopping Wage Garnishment

The law provides debt collectors with many tools. I understand how devastating it is for my clients to have money taken out of their paychecks and bank accounts. Since 1980, my practice has primarily focused on helping individuals, families and businesses solve their debt problems. You do not have to deal with the bill collectors alone. When you work with me, you will benefit from having direct access to a lawyer who has devoted 35 years to helping people in New York obtain a fresh start through bankruptcy. I will handle every aspect of your case from start to finish.

I will fully review your assets and debts, and will craft the legal strategy best suited to your individual circumstances to allow you to regain your financial health. Bankruptcy is an effective way for you to regain control of your life. Call 800-592-3020 or send me an online message to learn more about how you can stop wage garnishment through bankruptcy. I have offices in White Plains and Carmel, New York.

The law practice of Nathan Horowitz, Esq, is recognized by federal law as a debt relief agency. I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.