Wage Garnishments

Wage Garnishments

Stop Wage Garnishment

If you are being threatened by a wage garnishment or your wages are already being garnished, there are steps you can take to protect your rights. Depending on the facts of your case and the type of debt you owe, a bankruptcy lawyer may be able to help you to avoid a wage garnishment.

Although certain debts like child support and student loans are not dischargeable through a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, most types of financial debt can be lawfully discharged. Types of debts that may be discharged through a Chapter 7 bankruptcy include:

  • Credit card debts
  • Medical bills
  • Cable television bills
  • Internet and cell phone bills
  • Other unsecured debts

If you need to speak with a bankruptcy attorney about your legal rights, we encourage you to contact the law office of Weston R. Moore. We provide quality legal representation for individuals and businesses facing debt challenges. To contact our law office in Olathe, Kansas, call 913-782-7075.

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is not the only way to stop wage garnishment. For people who do not meet the eligibility requirements for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, a Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be an alternative solution. Visit our page on Chapter 13 bankruptcy to learn more.

Contact an Attorney

If you need help with wage garnishment, creditor harassment, credit card bills, threats of a home foreclosure or another debt-related challenges, contact the law office of Weston R. Moore. We are located in the city of Olathe in Johnson County, Kansas. To contact our firm, call 913-782-7075, or contact us by e-mail.