Gahanna, Ohio, Wage Garnishment Lawyer
If you are experiencing financial difficulties and fear that your wages or income are/or may be subject to garnishment, a personal bankruptcy filing can provide the protection you need. When you file under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, an automatic stay immediately goes into effect, preventing your creditors from taking any legal action to collect a debt.
At the office of Robert L. Caplan Attorney at Law, I have worked closely with individuals throughout the Columbus area, providing bankruptcy representation, for more than two decades. I understand the stress and anxiety that come with financial challenges. I take the time to listen carefully to your questions and concerns, so that I can identify all your options and help you take the right steps to protect your future.
Helping You Stop Garnishment Proceedings With Bankruptcy
I have considerable experience assisting people who face garnishment proceedings, people who need assistance with credit card debt relief, or people who have other extensive debt problems. I handle all matters related to the filing of a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. I will help you determine whether you qualify for permanently discharging certain debts under Chapter 7 or whether you must reorganize under Chapter 13. I will help you understand what debts can be extinguished in a Chapter 7, as well as what assets you can keep. I will also help you put together a reorganization plan under Chapter 13 that is within your means.
I will thoroughly review all the paperwork involved in a wage garnishment action and will carefully explain the law and process, as well as your rights, so that you can do what is best for you.
Contact Attorney Robert L. Caplan Today
I provide a free initial consultation to all clients. To arrange an appointment with an experienced Reynoldsburg wage garnishment attorney, contact me by e-mail or call me at 614-252-2026. I am available to meet with you Monday through Friday, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
I am a debt relief attorney. I help people and families file for bankruptcy relief under the United States Bankruptcy Code.