Stopping Wage Garnishment in Ohio

Bankruptcy Can Stop Wage Garnishment

  • Are your wages being garnished?
  • Are your bank accounts frozen?
  • Have you received court documents, threatening letters or phone calls indicating that a lawsuit or judgment has been or will be filed that will lead to a wage garnishment or bank account attachment?
  • Are you scared that you will lose access to the money you need to feed your family or pay your mortgage or rent?

You can stop and prevent wage garnishment in Ohio through bankruptcy. Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy will immediately create an automatic stay that protects your paycheck, bank accounts and property. The automatic stay also prohibits creditors from trying to collect on your debts.

If you want to prevent or stop wage garnishment in Ohio, unfreeze your bank account and obtain a financial "fresh start", call Graham & Associates today to schedule a free confidential consultation. Call toll free 866-529-9010 today. If you have an extra few minutes before your consultation, please fill out our optional intake form.

How We Can Help

Creditors can garnish up to 25 percent of your earnings, leaving you with very little to live on. This can be devastating to you and/or your family.

At Graham & Associates, our experienced lawyers will explain the bankruptcy process to you in detail. We focus on everyone's individual case and pay attention to all of our clients' specific needs. You will always have access to your bankruptcy attorney throughout the duration of your case. We will answer your questions and thoroughly describe all of your options in plain English, not legal jargon.

Get the Fresh Financial Start You Deserve
Contact Youngstown, Canton and Akron Garnishment Attorneys for Wage Garnishment In Ohio

Call us toll free at 866-529-9010 or contact us online to arrange a free one-on-one professional evaluation. Weekend and evening hours are available by appointment. Payment plans are always available.

We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.