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Wage Garnishments And Judgements From Creditors

Posted by attorney Gregory Atwood

Wage Garnishment

Atwood McVay can help if your wages are being garnished due to a judgement.

In Tennessee, upon obtaining a judgment, a creditor can garnish your wages, seize your bank account or place liens on your property. When this happens, you should seek advice immediately. The impact of these practices can be devastating to you and your family’s ability to make ends meet.

At Atwood & McVay, we can prevent and stop garnishments and other tactics used by creditors. By filing bankruptcy, these actions stop. In some instances, these actions can even be reversed, resulting in the return of your garnished wages.

If you find yourself in this position, please do not hesitate to contact us immediately. We can advise you of your options, your rights and help you get your life back on track.

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