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Wage garnishments can have a negative impact on your credit, your reputation and your ability to open a bank account. Sometimes a garnishment can make it difficult or impossible for you to pay even your basic living expenses. When you file for bankruptcy, an automatic stay is ordered that halts the garnishment and any other credit collections until the bankruptcy is completed and the debts are discharged.
When your creditor threatens to repossess personal property, it is time to contact an experienced bankruptcy attorney. There are actions you can take to avoid repossession, and in some cases you may even be able to get back something that has already been repossessed. Filing for bankruptcy will automatically stop any repossession efforts.
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Please read the Bankruptcy Information Sheet from The United States Department of Justice.
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