VALDOSTA BANKRUPTCY: QUESTION OF THE DAY

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Can bankruptcy stop a garnishment?

Absolutely. Filing a bankruptcy imposes an automatic stay against most collection activities. This is the fancy way of saying it stops creditors from demanding payment, filing suit, garnishing wages, repossessing property, or trying to collect. There are some limited exceptions to this rule so you should always speak with a qualified local bankruptcy attorney. Remember our initial consultations are free.

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