LOS ANGELES WAGE GARNISHMENT ATTORNEY
What is Wage Garnishment?
In certain situations, unpaid creditors have the right to collect on the debt owed to them by garnishing an individual’s pay. A garnishment will generally occur after a creditor has filed a lawsuit against you and has received a judgment on that lawsuit. Regular creditors can take up to twenty five percent of your pay thus making a difficult financial situation even tougher. When facing an ongoing or pending garnishment, time is of the essence. By filing a bankruptcy, the garnishments can be stopped and the debt will be handled through either the Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharge or Chapter 13 bankruptcy plan.
If you are currently being garnished, have received a notice that a garnishment is set to begin, or feel that you may be garnished down the line, please contact Wajda Law Group right away so one of our wage garnishment attorneys can help put an end to this credit issue.
Stop the garnishment of your wages today by scheduling your appointment for a free consultation with a Los Angeles Wage Garnishment Attorney from Wajda Law Group today at (877) 550-0003.
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It took a while to decide to file for bankruptcy. First I had a bad experience with an attorney who was incompetent. Once I found Mr. Wajda I knew I was in good hands. He was very polite and professional from the first time I called him. By the way he answers all his calls himself and returns calls promptly. He made everything go smoothly and in no time I got a discharge of my debts. I recommend him highly. Thank you Nick.
The best!!!! Very smooth transition the best of it was I was able to make monthly payments till I had it paid to start my BK-Chap 7 and then sent reminders to me for a payment what ever I was able to afford that month that helped me out so much that I was able to do the BK now When I would send a email with a question I got a fast response I just got my discharge and I'm very thankful to Michael for his understanding and for letting this entire ordeal be so smooth I highly recommend this firm
ARE YOU READY TO TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR DEBT AND MOVE TOWARD FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE?
CHAPTER 7 AND 13
Turning to the more common chapters of bankruptcy, Chapters 7 is by far the most common bankruptcy chapter. A Chapters 7, or “fresh start,” bankruptcy is appropriate for individuals in need of help because they cannot afford to pay back their debt.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the second most common chapter for individuals. Chapter 13 permits a debtor to repay his or her debts over a period of three to five years. Chapter 13 bankruptcy can also be used to save a vehicle or a home if a debtor has fallen behind on payments. In certain situations, a Chapter 13 bankruptcy can even eliminate the junior mortgages on a property.
Contact us and we will work with you to determine what is right for you.
ESTATE PLANNING ENSURES THAT YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ARE PROTECTED.
LET'S GET STARTED PREPARING FOR YOUR FUTURE
An essential step in protecting you and your family’s future is to create an all-encompassing estate plan. Here at Wajda Law Group, we have the knowledge and experience to create such protection for you. Although discussing an estate plan is something most people do not want to think about, proper protections are necessary in nearly all situations, and planning early can save you and your loved ones valuable time and money in the future.
IT MIGHT BE TIME FOR YOU TO GET HELP.
WHEN SHOULD YOU HIRE A FORECLOSURE ATTORNEY?
When it comes to foreclosure, hiring an attorney early in the process helps ensure that you have more options available to you than what might be available later in the foreclosure process. For example, the lawyer can help you work out a deal with the lender that will allow you to stay in the home, or, if necessary, fight the foreclosure in court. If you wait too long, however, it might be too late to stop the process.