San Diego Wage Garnishment Lawyer
Forms of Garnishment
Wage garnishment can occur in any situation where you have overdue outstanding
debts. A creditor simply files a lawsuit against you, which is in most
cases easy for them to win as you legally owe them money which has not
been paid. When this is complete they can request wage garnishment and
once approved, money can be taken from your wages before it ever reaches
you in order to satisfy the debt. This not only applies to personal loans
and credit cards, but debts relating to such things as:
- Unpaid rent
- Small claims matters
- Personal injury judgments
Not only are your wages at risk, but so are the balances of your bank accounts.
Even your tax returns may be applied to an outstanding loan rather than
being delivered to you. The government may also impose wage garnishment
for unpaid taxes. Garnishments can cause complicated issues for you beyond
the financial problems you were already experiencing. You can suddenly
find yourself with a much lower income each week, with no prediction or
control over your personal finances. If you have had a garnishment imposed,
or even if you have outstanding debts which lay you open to this possibility,
consult with a San Diego bankruptcy attorney right away.
Call (888) 875-9190 today
to request your
free case review.
Putting an End to Wage Garnishment – Call (888) 875-9190
At San Diego Legal Pros, we empathize with what you are going through and
will do all we can to improve your situation. Our firm has over a decade
of experience helping clients through wage garnishment matters and we
provide the supportive and personalized assistance that you need. It is
important that we are brought on to help you as soon as possible, as steps
may be taken to prevent a garnishment. We can review your financial details
and determine the best strategy for debt recovery given your circumstances
and financial goals. This may include
debt consolidation, or other options. If garnishments have already begun, a
bankruptcy may be a viable option. Once you file for bankruptcy, garnishments must
immediately cease and you can concentrate on building a brighter financial future.
Contact a San Diego wage garnishment lawyer
if you have overdue debts or
have had a garnishment action implemented against you.