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Can Chapter 7 bankruptcy stop wage garnishment?

Wage garnishment can occur for many reasons, but it tends to only be enforced when a debtor has not repaid their debts and a number of efforts have been made to gain the owed payment. If you are subject to wage garnishment in the state of Washington, it is likely that you feel frustrated knowing that money is being taken out of your paycheck before you even receive it.

Taking control of your debts in 2019

It can be so easy to turn away from the truth regarding your financial situation. However, the more that you ignore your financial troubles, the more debt you are likely to acquire. It is important, therefore, that you get a clear view of the extent of your debts so that you can start to put strategies in place in order to tackle these debts.

Common questions about wage garnishment

If you have been avoiding paying certain debts in the state of Washington, you may be concerned about becoming subject to wage garnishment provisions. Many people have misconceptions about wage garnishment, and as a result, they imagine that they will be left without any salary at all, even after they have completed honest work.

Understanding the federal laws on bankruptcy exemptions

If you are considering filing for bankruptcy in the state of Washington, you may be concerned about having to face a decrease in quality of life and losing the assets that have sentimental value. While the process of bankruptcy is something that takes determination and sacrifice, it usually helps people far more than it hinders them.

How to manage your late credit card payments

The new calendar year is a chance for all of us to get a fresh start and do the things that we have been delaying for the past few months. One issue that many of us are guilty of ignoring during the festive season is our finances. Many of us promise ourselves that we will face our unhealthy looking finances in the new year, and meanwhile we shop with abandon.

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