How to Stop
Need Help Stopping Wages From Being Garnished?
If you need to stop your wages from being garnished, the Columbus, Ohio, attorneys at Jump Legal can help. If your paycheck has been seized you need protection against wage garnishment and filing for bankruptcy can immediately stop the garnishment.
We can help protect your income so that you and your family have the money you need to live. Even if your unresolved debt is several years old and you are finally seeking legal assistance now, contact us to discuss your situation. As a result, we can do more than just stop future wage garnishments; we can help you recover money that has already been taken from you.
Wage Garnishment Matters in Bankruptcy Are Extremely Time-Sensitive
Because attorney Mark Jump and his legal team focus on bankruptcy and wage garnishment, they understand the intricate details to the bankruptcy laws. This enables us to maximize your recovery from wage garnishment by leaving as little money on the table as possible, while putting as much as possible back into your bank accounts, where it belongs.
Our Law Firm Can Help Stop Your Wage Garnishment
We know that each person is unique and, therefore, so are the facts of wage garnishment cases. For that reason, we provide each client with legal advice tailored to their individual circumstances. To do this, we work with each of our clients on a personalized basis.
By filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy, we can stop the garnishment and protect you from creditors. If the bankruptcy discharges your debt then your creditors cannot continue to garnish your wages.
Because wage garnishment matters are extremely time-sensitive, we encourage potential clients to schedule a free initial consult with our firm as soon as possible.
Are your wages being garnished? The Columbus, Ohio, lawyers at Jump Legal can help stop wage garnishment, get rid of your debt, and change your life; but you can’t change your financial future until you start the process. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation; you will always speak with an attorney and all communications remain confidential.