Is Your Employer Garnishing Your Wages?
When you are falling behind on your bills, you rely on your wages to chip away at your debt and secure your financial footing. Wage garnishment can set you back and make a bad financial situation worse.
While wage garnishment is a legal tool that creditors can use to collect their debt, it can have a devastating effect on your life. If you have received a notice that your creditor seeks to seize your wages, you can take action.
Contact The Law Office of Barry R. Levine to get the skilled representation you deserve. Our Beverly firm uses decades of legal experience to protect your income, so you can protect your family’s well-being.
Understanding Wage Garnishment Notifications
Before creditors can seize your wages, they must send you a notification of wage garnishment. If you receive this letter, you should respond; you cannot delay this process by ignoring the notice. The process will continue and may result in your creditor receiving a court order to garnish your wages.
Acting Quickly Is Critical
Responding swiftly may prevent the court from issuing this order and help you hold onto your hard-earned income. When you turn to our team, we will handle all aspects of your wage garnishment case to ensure that all necessary information is submitted in a timely fashion. Attorney Levine knows how to create compelling arguments that get results. He will tailor his approach according to your unique financial situation.
Whether you have received a notification or have had your pay seized already, we can take steps to stop garnishment in Massachusetts. Filing for bankruptcy suspends any collection actions, including wage garnishment. In certain situations, you may be able to recover money that was seized.