Wage Garnishment/Creditor Harassment
Creative Solutions to Your Financial Problems
In California, a creditor can obtain a court order and then garnish your wages or seize your bank account.
When this happens, you have even less control over your life than you did before. Wage garnishment makes it impossible to make ends meet — threatening even your ability to pay the rent.
At the Bankruptcy Center of John D. Raymond, we can prevent or stop wage garnishment. By filing bankruptcy, wage garnishment actions stop, as do the threat of judgments and creditor harassment. And by filing for bankruptcy, you can reduce or eliminate many of your debts.
Contact us to schedule a free consultation. It could be the first step toward a better financial future for yourself and your family.
Regain Control of Your Life
In a free consultation, an attorney at our firm can review your financial situation and your options. Many people can obtain debt relief and the chance to make a fresh financial start through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
When we file bankruptcy for you, wage garnishments stop, as do repossession and foreclosure actions. Upon completion of the bankruptcy process, your debts will be reduced and in many cases eliminated. You will have the chance to rebuild your credit and begin your financial life again.
We Can Step Creditor Harassment Immediately
As soon as you hire us to represent you, creditor harassment must stop. Bill collectors and collection agencies can no longer call you.
If they do, just say the magic words — ” Call my attorney “.
Inform them that the Bankruptcy Center of John D. Raymond is representing you and give them our phone number. We will handle all dealings with that creditor from that minute on. You can focus on your real life, secure in the knowledge that an experienced lawyer is working hard to obtain debt relief for you.
Free Consultation With a Bankruptcy Attorney
Serving clients throughout the entire Bay Area including:
- Daly City
- South San Francisco
- San Bruno
- And More
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.