Have you been forced to take out a second mortgage or incur some other debt that is garnishing your wages? This is a difficult choice many Americans have been forced to take in recent years. Your mortgage may be more than your property is worth, and reducing your paycheck to pay it off is a heavy financial burden. It may even impossible to manage while raising a family and building a life.
Reach out to Marcus A. Rosin, P.C. to speak with an experienced bankruptcy lawyer in Cumming. After hearing out your situation, we can help create a debt relief plan and explore the benefits of declaring bankruptcy.
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Wage garnishment is often done regardless of whether or not the indebted agrees to it or not. As such it can be a major financial strain in critical times. Following your Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy proceeding, many debts are discharged, which might include those which are garnishing your wages. As a result, you and your family could see complete relief after filing.
Once the petition for bankruptcy has been filed, creditors must immediately cease any action to collect debt. You should start receiving your full paycheck once again, and any creditors that want to get in touch with you will be forced to go through your attorney.
Allowing debt to spiral out of control could result in your home being foreclosed on. Do not wait to explore all your options for debt relief. Bankruptcy is a valuable tool to give yourself a stable financial future. Our skilled Cumming bankruptcy foreclosure defense lawyer is happy to help however he can.
Contact us today or call (678) 909-1300. Initial consultations are offered an no charge.