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Stopping Creditors
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Common Concerns & Questions About Bankruptcy

How Can I Stop Bank Account Seizures?

Once your bank accounts are being garnished, it can feel like a downhill spiral of financial difficulty. If you have reached a point where your bank accounts are being garnished because of debt, it may be time to contact a bankruptcy lawyer to discuss your options.

At the Law Office of Gordon Mosley, I am ready to help. I focus my entire practice on the area of bankruptcy law. As an attorney, I am well-known in the legal community for my skills in this area of practice. I will work to make sure your bankruptcy is done the right way (the first time) and promptly answer all your questions.

Stopping Bank Seizures With The Automatic Stay

In Texas, wage garnishment can only occur with matters concerning the IRS, child support and student loans. Your wages cannot be garnished for other matters. However, your paycheck or bank account could be garnished if you are paid out of another state.

You should protect your assets and get advice on getting the debt relief you need to get back on your feet. You can stop bank account seizures once you file for bankruptcy. Both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy will stop creditors, creditor harassment and bank seizures with an “automatic stay.”

Your First Meeting With A Lawyer Is Free

You can contact me at 903-266-1843 or online by completing a short contact form to get in touch with my team. Located in Smith County, I handle bankruptcy cases throughout the nearby Texas areas.

My law office is a debt relief agency and helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.