A lawsuit has been filed. A judgment has been rendered. You feel that you have no choice but to accept the inevitable collection actions, including wage garnishment. A bankruptcy filing stops the legal and collection processes, giving you peace of mind.
At the law office of Phoenix bankruptcy attorney Lawrence “D” Pew, we stand by your side during a Chapter 7, Chapter 11 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Do not let debts control you. Assert your legal rights.
You do not have to live with the consequences of a judgment. We can stop lawsuits filed against you with one bankruptcy filing and secure an automatic stay on any garnishment actions. If you live in Phoenix, Mesa, Scottsdale, Chandler, Gilbert, Tempe or the surrounding areas, contact the Pew Law Center, PLLC, at 480-745-1506.
Bankruptcy provides you with not only rights, but also options. The idea that your wages could be garnished only makes a difficult financial situation nearly impossible to resolve. Less money is coming in as you struggle to make ends meet. One creditor is getting a lion’s share of your income while other collection agencies continue to call.
There is no shame in filing for bankruptcy, particularly when it comes to a lawsuit and possible wage garnishment. For centuries, people struggling with their finances have asserted their rights. They have built a better life for themselves and their children.
You can start the process immediately with one telephone call to an experienced bankruptcy lawyer.
For more information or to schedule a FREE VIP Bankruptcy Consultation regarding a pending lawsuit or judgment, please contact us today at 480-745-1506.
Pew has been an awesome firm to work with. They are very sensitive, even through a bankruptcy that was complicated by a decision to divorce in the middle of it. They are rofessional and efficient, but equally personable and a joy to work with. I could not ecommend them more highly!
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