How to Stop Wage Garnishment in California
When a creditor starts garnishing your wages they are allowed by law to take 25% of your net income. This could leave your family struggling to provide for necessities month to month. If you are facing wage garnishment there is only one sure way of stopping it – filing bankruptcy.
File for Bankruptcy – When you file for bankruptcy it automatically stops the garnishment. We will also send a letter to the Sheriff letting them know that you have filed bankruptcy and any more garnishments will be lawful.
There are other options to stop wage garnishment such as fighting the judgment but unfortunately this is rarely successful.
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