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Riverside County Lawyer: Stop Wage Garnishment

Dedicated Legal Assistance To Help Stop Wage Garnishment

After a judgment is in place against you, your creditor has the power to take any action necessary to obtain its monetary award, including wage garnishment, levies and liens. You have very little time to respond to your creditor's actions. Pick up the phone and contact an experienced consumer bankruptcy attorney today to help put a stop to wage garnishment or other creditor action.

Attorney David R. Gunnin has spent nearly 30 years representing individuals in disputes with their creditors. He has the knowledge and experience to help identify all potential options in responding to creditors. Schedule your free initial consultation with our lawyer at our offices in Chino, Tustin or Riverside.

Time is of the essence when you are facing a negative creditor action based on a judgment against you. Call 800-300-4648 or e-mail us today to learn about how to stop wage garnishment. David will dedicate his practice to protecting you throughout the legal process.

Take Action to Avoid Liens and a Levy on Your Bank Accounts

Creditors will do all they can to obtain their funds. They can take all actions to garnish your wages, put a levy on your bank accounts and place an involuntary lien on your property. If a creditor wants to garnish your wages, all they must do is issue an order following the judgment stating that they will begin removing a percentage of your net pay out of each paycheck. This garnishment can last as long as necessary to pay off the debt. What you may not know is that you will also likely be required to pay interest on the debt.

You can stop wage garnishment by filing personal bankruptcy. By filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the garnishments are stopped immediately. Filing bankruptcy will also stop all other creditor actions, including creditor harassment.

Stop Wage Garnishment · Call Our Office Today

Contact the Law Offices of David R. Gunnin today for dedicated legal representation from a committed legal team. Our attorney and helpful support staff are here to help you through this difficult financial time. Call 800-300-4648 or e-mail us to schedule your free initial consultation.

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