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There Is A Way To End Wage Garnishment

Wage garnishment is one of the unfortunate effects of insurmountable debt. With your wages reduced, you have even less money in your pocket to pay your everyday life expenses. No doubt, the result is incredible stress. Sometimes, it may even lead to more credit card debt as you struggle to pay your bills.

There is an end in sight. When you work with Fava Firm, you can use bankruptcy to end wage garnishment. Founding attorney William Fava is a lifelong Mississippi resident who cares about helping community members get their finances back on track. Reach out to his office to learn how he can help you take back control of your situation.

How Wage Garnishment Works

There are several reasons why a creditor or another party may have filed a motion to have your wages garnished. Some of the most common reasons for wage garnishment include:

  • Child support
  • Taxes
  • Student loans
  • Unpaid bills

Mr. Fava has handled cases involving all these issues. He knows the steps to take to make the court halt garnishment actions on your accounts. In addition, he can help you look toward your future to create a plan, so you do not struggle with wage garnishment again.

How Does An Automatic Stay Work?

When you file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the bankruptcy court enacts what is called an automatic stay. This action immediately halts collections, repossession, foreclosure and wage garnishment. It is a swift and effective way to temporarily cease wage garnishment, home foreclosure and other collections from creditors. Mr. Fava can sit down with you one-on-one to discuss how you can file bankruptcy and get the court to place an automatic stay.

Earn Your Full Wages Again – Get Help Today

William Fava has the experience and knowledge to end wage garnishment and get your finances back on track. Contact this Southaven office to schedule an initial consultation with him. To contact the office of Fava Firm, please call 662-546-1540 or send an email.