Paying bills is a part of adulthood. One has to pay for housing, food, utilities, and goods. While many are able to live within their means, when circumstances in life unexpectedly change doing so can prove to be difficult. These situations can lead to an overreliance on credit cards. While dealing with credit card debt can be manageable, missed payments can create major financial troubles. This could lead to creditor's coming after you, even intercepting your wages.
Can you stop wage garnishment for credit card debt? The answer depends on the circumstances at hand and the decisions an individual chooses to make. If it isn't already stressful enough to have growing credit card debt, having one's wages garnished for this debt can be especially taxing. Garnishments can occur in one of two ways. It can come directly from a person's wages or it can be seized from the individual's personal bank account.