Florence Wage Garnishment Lawyer

Protecting Your Paycheck From Your Creditors

Wage garnishment is one of the most drastic debt collection steps a creditor can take. After obtaining a court order judgment, a creditor may take up to 25 percent of your wages. This is money you may need to meet your monthly living expenses and necessities.

Filing bankruptcy is one step you can take to put an immediate stop to wage garnishment. Since 1990, Florence wage garnishment attorney L. Craig Kendrick has been helping people like you protect their paychecks.

Putting an Immediate Stop to Wage Garnishment

Wage garnishment is most often used to collect on unsecured debts such as credit card balances and medical bills. You may also be facing wage garnishment if you are behind on your rent or if you have been left with a deficiency balance after foreclosure or repossession.

The moment you file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, an automatic stay prevents your creditors from garnishing your wages or pursuing debt collection lawsuits against you.

Filing bankruptcy may also help you get back wages that have already been garnished from your paycheck. If wage garnishment has already begun, it is important to act quickly, since there is only a limited amount of time before your garnished wages are permanently lost.

Call an Experienced Kentucky Paycheck Garnishment Lawyer Today

L. Craig Kendrick is the sole attorney at his firm, using his extensive legal and financial experience to provide personalized attention to each of his clients. Don't hesitate to contact him for a free consultation to discuss how Mr. Kendrick can help you stop wage garnishment.

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