Bankruptcy Lawyers for Wage Garnishment
Wage Garnishment in North Alabama
Bankruptcy Attorney Huntsville | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C.
Are your wages being garnished? Most likely, you were sued and were defaulted for not answering the complaint against you. If this happened to you, and you suffered a judgment, you have recourse available to you. In many cases, our attorneys at the Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C. have been able to recover the money taken from our clients due to debt collectors failing to properly serve the initial paperwork.
The processes which debt collectors must follow are complicated and strict. When debt collectors fail to follow these procedures to the letter of the law, an experienced and competent collections defense lawyer can reverse the damage done by wage garnishments.
Our attorneys have 100+ years of combined experience helping individuals get back on their feet financially. If you call us and schedule a case evaluation, we will meet with you in person, and review all of the information necessary to develop a winning strategy to get back what is rightfully yours, and stop the debt collectors from taking your hard earned income.
Depending on your situation, a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing may be the best option to stop creditors in their tracks. Our attorneys are AV Preeminent® Rated by Martindale-Hubbell® and have gained the respect of the Huntsville legal community after years of exemplary service to our clients. You don't have to sit by idly while your paycheck is reduced in half and your bank accounts are frozen. Call us now and stop the bullying creditors from depriving you of your income.
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If you have outstanding debt, then your creditors may be contacting you to collect on the debt. Unfortunately, creditors will sometimes engage in abusive and unfair methods to contact you and obtain payment. If you are being harassed by a creditor, you can gain relief by contacting our experienced local Bankruptcy Lawyers.
Under the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, debt collectors are prohibited from certain actions, such as the following:
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