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STOP WAGE GARNISHMENTS
When a creditor sues you for debt owed, they may seek payment by garnishing your wages. To stop this from happening, you need to act now. Phoenix Bankruptcy Lawyers can file an emergency bankruptcy filing that will put a stop to a creditor taking your wages.
The threat of a wee garnishment is one of the many ways creditors attempt to collect a debt. If you are concerned about the possibility of creditors taking your wages, contact Phoenix Bankruptcy Lawyers for help. If you have already received notification that your wages may be garnished, call our law firm immediately. We can discuss the options available to you to stop the wage garnishment. Our experienced bankruptcy legal team will help you understand the process to stop the garnishment of your wages.
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DEBT THAT IS ELIGIBLE TO ERASE IN CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY
Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy can do several things: stop creditor harassment, stop a foreclosure, end wage garnishment, and eliminate debt. Certain debt, however, may not be discharged in a bankruptcy. Some types of debt may not be erased when filing chapter 7:
- Student loan debt
- Back child support and any debt dedicated to family support
- Alimony obligations
- Income Tax debts
- Criminal restitution fines or penalties
When filing bankruptcy in Arizona you are required to list all of your debts and all of your assets. The most popular chapter of bankruptcy that is filed is a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. Known as a “Liquidating Bankruptcy,”