Let Us Help You Stop Wage Garnishment and Unfreeze Your Bank Account Through Bankruptcy
When someone receives a legal judgment against you, they also gain the ability to immediately freeze your bank account or garnish your wages to the tune of 25 percent of each paycheck. For people who are already struggling with debt, wage garnishments and bank account freezes can amount to a serious crisis that can leave them wondering whether they'll be able to put food on the table and provide for their family's most basic needs. If you find yourself in this regrettable position, the skilled bankruptcy attorneys with Hampton Roads Legal Services can help.
Located in Virginia Beach and convenient to clients throughout Hampton Roads, our debt relief law office boasts seasoned attorneys with more than 20 years of experience helping clients stop wage garnishments, unfreeze their bank accounts, and become debt-free through the bankruptcy process. We put our extensive knowledge of the bankruptcy code to work for you, so you can get the fresh financial start you need to get back on your feet.
Bankruptcy stops creditors in their tracks—even if they've already received a judgment against you—so you don't have to resign yourself to losing 25 percent of each paycheck or all the hard-earned money in your bank account. Though bankruptcy can set you free from burdensome debts, it has both pros and cons, and filing for bankruptcy may not be right for everyone. Learning more about bankruptcy and what it entails, as well as consulting an experienced attorney, can help you decide if bankruptcy is appropriate for your financial situation.
If you've had your wages garnished or your bank account frozen as the result of a judgment against you, you need reliable information and representation. Hampton Roads Legal Services can provide both. Complete the online contact form or give us a call at 757-276-6555 to request a consultation with a member of our talented legal team. We'll be in touch and look forward to discussing what our firm can do for you and your case