Efficient bankruptcy filing key to stopping garnishment

Many northern Mississippi residents depend on their weekly or monthly paycheck to pay bills and meet various legal obligations. Still, in a struggling economy, expenses can quickly get out of hand, debts may spiral out of control -- and at some point, that paycheck may be put in jeopardy. The threat of garnishment is very real to many local residents, but the threat can be eradicated with legal help.

Stopping garnishment is possible; however, many debtors may not know where to begin or how to ask for help. The legal experience of Heidi S. Milam, Attorney at Law P.L.L.C. can help local individuals and families struggling with the possibility of asset forfeiture. Wage garnishment can be halted via filing for bankruptcy - in fact, as soon as one files, wage garnishing actions must come to a stop. Filing for bankruptcy also puts an immediate end to repossession action as well, making bankruptcy an option for those who cannot afford to live without their full paycheck, vehicle and other vital personal property.

Taking decisive action to file bankruptcy also means calls from creditors and harassing actions must come to an end. However, none of these helpful benefits can be realized without filing. The faster one files, the more power the debtor's attorney has to put an end to asset forfeiture. Those who wish to file, or simply want to learn more, can arrange a free consultation with the Southaven bankruptcy attorney. Heidi S. Milam has been practicing law for over 15 years and that wealth of experience means clients can be assured of her readiness to tackle the most complicated asset forfeiture situations.

Being threatened with wage garnishment or repossession doesn't mean one has to lose their paycheck or personal property. Taking proactive steps, including filing for individual bankruptcy, can translate into keeping the things that matter most to a Southaven resident.

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