Wage Garnishment Lawyer Serving Fort Worth

The idea of wage garnishment is not helpful at all to people who are struggling to get out of debt. Garnishing your wages may provide your creditors with some of the money you owe them in the short term but, in the long term, losing a portion of your income each month is not going to resolve the underlying issues that have led to your debt.

How can you put a stop to wage garnishment and address the financial issues you face? Depending on your circumstances bankruptcy may be your best choice. At Sisemore Law Firm, P.C., we can advise you of your options and make sure you understand your rights and responsibilities under the bankruptcy code.

Bankruptcy And Wage Garnishment

When someone files bankruptcy, an automatic stay goes into effect. Among other things, the automatic stay will put a stop to wage garnishment. This will provide you with some breathing room to get your finances together as part of the bankruptcy process. Once your debts have been discharged through bankruptcy, you will have the opportunity to rehabilitate your credit and move on with your life.

What kind of bankruptcy is right for you? Our lawyers will examine your circumstances and make a recommendation based on your unique situation and your goals. Your options may include Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, each of which has its own advantages.

Stop Garnishment — Contact Sisemore Law Firm, P.C.

You do not have to let wage garnishment be a part of your life any longer. Contact us today to arrange your free consultation to discuss wage garnishment with a knowledgeable attorney from our Fort Worth, Texas, firm.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.