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Facts About Wage Garnishment

November 29, 2016 | Posted in Wage garnishment

Times are tough for most American families and getting behind on debt payments is all too common. If you  fall behind on credit card bills, loan payments, or secured debts like a car or mortgage payment, you may face serious consequences. Many creditors seek a wage garnishment, a court order allowing the creditor to take […]

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Wage Garnishments and Bankruptcy

November 10, 2015 | Posted in Wage garnishment

One of the biggest concerns of individuals that are in financial difficulty have is that their wages are going to be garnisheed.  This is an action that can take place quickly and can be another source of great concern for the financially strapped individual. The laws are different for each state when it comes to […]

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Can I Get Garnished Money Back in a Bankruptcy?

June 18, 2015 | Posted in Wage garnishment

Most individuals that end up with their income becoming garnisheed are already in a dire financial state. Action such as this can make it impossible for them to make any effort into paying their bills. In some cases it can even affects their basic living expenses. Bankruptcy has been put in place to help those […]

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Facing Wage Garnishments

June 16, 2015 | Posted in Wage garnishment

There are many reasons why an individual may decide to go bankrupt, but one of the biggest is the constant harassment of the bill collectors. Even worse is when they have taken action such as garnishment of wages. Although this is a recourse for some creditors they still have to follow the rules. Garnishment Rules […]

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Income Deduction Order vs. Wage Garnishment

January 8, 2014 | Posted in Wage garnishment

There are a variety of different ways a creditor can choose to collect debts from a person they have loaned money to. Included in these options are income deduction orders and wage garnishment. These two collection methods are generally considered the same, but a few differences do exist between the two. A Dayton bankruptcy lawyer […]

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Wage Garnishment: Who Can Do It?

September 16, 2013 | Posted in Wage garnishment

Wage garnishment is one of the toughest actions a debtor can face; when a creditor obtains a judgment against you and is able to take money right out of your hard-earned paycheck, it can really hit home hard, both in terms of the financial squeeze it puts on you, and the emotional cost of having […]

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Bankruptcy Lawyer Talks Wage Garnishment

September 2, 2013 | Posted in Wage garnishment

One of the most humiliating things for someone facing unpayable debts is finding an order for wage garnishment in their inbox. Wage garnishment, as a prominent Cincinnati bankruptcy lawyer will tell you, is when a creditor obtains an order from the courts authorizing them to deduct part of your paycheck or an amount from your […]

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How to Stop Wage Garnishment

August 16, 2013 | Posted in Wage garnishment

Wage garnishment is a tool of last resort used by creditors, and it can be a serious hindrance to your finances. A Cincinnati bankruptcy attorney will tell you that avoiding wage garnishment is a top priority no matter your debt situation. Here are some ways to keep your paychecks for yourself while keeping your creditors […]

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How to Recover Wage Garnishment After Bankruptcy

July 12, 2013 | Posted in Wage garnishment

When you file for bankruptcy, “automatic stay” is immediately enacted, protecting you from wage garnishment. If your creditors engage in certain collection activities against you, it may be possible to recoup some of your garnished wages after filing for bankruptcy. With the help of a Cincinnati bankruptcy attorney, you can recover some of the garnishment […]

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Wage Garnishment Woes

March 27, 2013 | Posted in Wage garnishment

If you have ever owed money to a creditor, chances are you have received a number of phone calls, letters of collection, or notifications of intent to sue. What you may not know about the debt collection business is that wage garnishment is more common than you think, and you could be subject to it […]

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