Stop Wage Garnishment

Wage attachment can be stopped immediately by bankruptcy.

A wage attachment is like a creditor taking your wallet every paycheck. Image of man in business suit removing the wallet from the pocket of a man in jeans and casual clothes.

Wage attachment, also known as wage garnishment, is when a court orders a portion of your income to be given to a creditor directly from your employer. If a creditor has received a judgment and attached your wages, a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy will halt the attachment. You would receive your full paycheck.


Call Gerry Glazer at 916-442-3111 to schedule a free no-obligation consultation to discuss the circumstances of any wage attachment and how bankruptcy may help you.

What Bankruptcy Can Do
  • Bill collector calls and letters stop. We deal with your creditors, not you.
  • Home foreclosure is halted. Stay in your house with the full protection of the federal court.
  • Garnishment from your paycheck sent to creditors is blocked. We may even get some of that money back.
  • Reposession of your car, truck, boat, or other property is stopped. Keep your property while we work out a plan.
  • Debt relief is immediate. Stop paying creditors until a repayment plan is approved.
  • Discharge your debt. All or part of your debts can be gone forever.
  • Fresh start without the heavy buden of old bills.