Wisconsin Wage Garnishment Attorney
Stop Repossession and Wage Garnishments
When you are faced with overwhelming amounts of debt, creditors can take many actions to recover money including wage garnishments and the repossession of cars and other property. When you are running the risk of losing your property or you are losing money out of every paycheck, you need to take immediate steps to get total debt relief.
At Debt Advisors Law Offices, in Wisconsin, our attorneys have helped thousands of people avoid repossession, stop wage garnishments and prevent other collection activities through the bankruptcy process. We can also help to save your home if you are in the foreclosure process and stop harassing phone calls and letters from debt collectors.
Wisconsin Wage Garnishment Lawyer
When you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, an automatic stay is created which stops creditors from taking any legal action or pursuing any collection against you, including repossession and wage garnishments. If you are behind on your payments or if you are already having your wages garnished, it is important to take action as soon as possible to save yourself as much money, time and stress as possible.
Our lawyers will work to help you decide which option for debt relief is right for you. Bankruptcy is a tool that has been used by millions of people to restore their financial health and to get back on the right track. Explore your choices and learn more information about your rights by talking with us at Debt Advisors.
Protect Yourself From Garnishments and Other Creditor Actions
If you would like to stop your wage garnishment, prevent the repossession of your car or other property and discharge your debts, Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be your only option. Contact us at Debt Advisors, S.C., to schedule a free consultation at one of our six Wisconsin offices, including Milwaukee.
Either e-mail us or call toll free at 888-222-5615 to make an appointment.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.