Get Rid of Your Garnishments, Judgments, and Liens
Has the IRS started garnishing your wages? Are you unable to comply with the judgment or lien currently levied against you? A bankruptcy lawyer can help you eliminate all garnishments, judgments, and liens. At Gina H. McDonald & Associates in Birmingham, Alabama, our attorneys can help you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, so you can get the debt relief you deserve.
If you have questions about debt relief, please contact Gina H. McDonald & Associates at (205) 453-4497.
It is hard to live under the constant pressure of a judgment or lien. You want to eliminate your debt, but you just can't seem to catch up. You may want to consider bankruptcy. By filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 personal bankruptcy, you will receive an automatic stay. An automatic stay puts an immediate end to all garnishments, judgments, and liens. It also puts a stop to creditor harassment. We can help you get the debt relief you seek, no matter what your problem may be:
- Garnishments: Are you losing money out of your paychecks? By filing for bankruptcy, you can put an end to all wage garnishments. If you are losing money, it is time to contact an attorney and find out where that money is going.
- Judgments: If the court has made a final judgment in your case, you will no longer be able to appeal the ruling. If you can't make the payments, you can stop all liens and garnishments by filing for bankruptcy.
- Liens: The last thing you want is for your debt to increase with interest. From judgment liens to unpaid fines, you can end all liens against you by filing for bankruptcy.
Do you want to put an end, once and for all, to garnishments, judgments, and liens against you? Do you want to get the debt relief you deserve? At Gina H. McDonald & Associates in Birmingham, Alabama, we can help you put an end to all garnishments, judgments, and liens. Contact us today for an initial consultation.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for debt relief under the Bankruptcy Code.
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