How to Stop Wage Garnishment in California with Bankruptcy?
Are you struggling with wage garnishment in California? If so, it may be time to consider filing for bankruptcy. Bankruptcy is a viable option for those looking to stop wage garnishment, and can provide much-needed relief from debt collectors.
Under the US Bankruptcy Code, individuals in California can file for either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection. When either of these forms of bankruptcy is filed, an automatic stay will go into effect and put a stop to all collection activity - including wage garnishments. The automatic stay does not just apply to creditors you have listed on your petition; all creditors must cease collection activities during the duration of your case and cannot restart without court approval.
Bankruptcy is an effective tool when it comes to stopping creditor harassment in the form of wage garnishment.
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