Defending Against Garnishments in Maryland, West Virginia and Pennsylvania

Helping To Improve Your Financial Situation

Garnishment can take an already precarious financial situation and make it worse. You rely on every dollar of your paycheck, and if part of it is being taken away, it can be a real problem. In addition, a garnishment will give your employer more information about your finances than you want them to have. If your paycheck is being garnished, it is usually a sign of other serious financial troubles. In times like this, an experienced lawyer can help you decide on the best course of action.

The Law Office of Arthur W. Boyce helps people across Maryland, West Virginia and Pennsylvania get debt relief through the bankruptcy process. If you want to stop a garnishment and take control over your finances, contact his office today.

How Will Bankruptcy Stop My Wages From Being Garnished?

Whenever you file for bankruptcy, the automatic stay will begin. The automatic stay legally prevents your creditors from taking action to collect your debts. This means that any attempt to garnish your wages must end. The automatic stay will also put an end to lawsuits, liens, attempts to foreclose on your home or repossess your vehicle, and stop collection letters and creditor phone calls. The automatic stay offers the immediate debt relief that you need.

Bankruptcy also offers other, more lasting forms of relief. Under Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you can discharge all of your debt, and get a fresh start. If you file Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you can reorganize your financial situation and restructure your debt over three- to five-years. Whatever the course of action, you can trust in Mr. Boyce’s legal experience. He has practiced bankruptcy law since 1986, and will help you do what is best for your situation.

Contact Arthur Boyce To Protect Your Rights

Call 240-575-1033 or e-mail the Law Office of Arthur W. Boyce today.

The Law Office of Arthur W. Boyce is a debt relief agency which will help you obtain relief under the Bankruptcy Code.