Garnishment Question for Michigan Bankruptcy Lawyer – Does bankruptcy stop lawsuits and garnishments at my work?

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I have a few cedit cards that I have not paid in a long time and now some filed lawsuits and have judgments against me. I don’t make enough to even support myself but what little I make is now being garnished at my work by these credit card companies that filed ganishments against my wages in Michigan…can bankuptcy stop this? How does that work? What about other lawsuits that I know are just around the corner?

Can one of your Michigan bankruptcy law attorneys help me stop these garnishments and lawsuits???

I need help.

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  1. Good question

  2. Peter A. Torrice on November 1, 2009 at 10:24 pm said:

    The short answer to your question is “yes,” filing bankruptcy can stop this, but I will let attorney Peter Torrice address the specific mechanics of Michigan bankruptcy law and how bankruptcy can stop (or “stay”) garnishments and lawsuits in Michigan under the bankruptcy laws. He’s the finance major and the Michigan bankruptcy lawyer at Canu Torrice Law that can specifically answer all your questions.

    For a faster response, call Canu Torrice Law’s main office in Fraser, Michigan at (586) 285-1700, or visit http://www.AllLegalMatters.com and complete a free confidential consultation form.

    PETER A. TORRICE
    Canu Torrice Law
    http://www.AllLegalMatters.com
    (586) 285-1700

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