How to Stop Wage Garnishment
Wage garnishment takes as much as 25% of your income straight from your paycheck to cover your debts. It can include high fees and interest, so you pay even more than you actually owe. This means some wage garnishments can last for years.
If you can’t afford to make ends meet, how can you afford 25% less every payday? Wage garnishment leaves most people in an impossible situation.
Fortunately, there’s a way out.
Bankruptcy can stop wage garnishment immediately. In fact, bankruptcy is one of the only ways to stop wage garnishment, because it has the power of federal law behind it.
Our attorneys take wage garnishment very seriously. We can help you stop a garnishment or prevent it before it starts. Contact us online or call (901) 327-2100 today to discuss your situation, free of charge.