If you feel as though you are swimming in debt, the stress can be overwhelming. This can be the result of daily calls from creditors, lawsuits or even wage garnishments. Finding a resolution to your debt problems is important to you — and the first step toward getting debt relief is to speak to a lawyer.
The Canton, Ohio, law firm of Edward Lake & Associates, LLC, is a trusted resource for legal representation in consumer bankruptcy law matters. The firm is led by an experienced lawyer who receives many of his clients through referrals. Edward Lake offers large firm experience, with the attention and service of a small firm. You can expect friendly, competent and assertive legal advice that is tailored to meet your specific legal needs.
How Can I Stop Collection Calls, Lawsuits and Garnishments?
The quick answer: bankruptcy. In order to get the help you need, it is important you speak with an attorney. Talking to a lawyer as soon as possible will likely result in the best possible outcome. Edward Lake & Associates, LLC, can help with:
- Garnishments: If you stop garnishments right away, you may be able to get some of the money back for pending garnishments.
- Collection calls: Once you speak with a bankruptcy attorney, creditor calls stop. The firm will determine immediately if you qualify for bankruptcy and file the petition on your behalf in a timely manner.
- Lawsuits: Bankruptcy will stop liens and pending judgments. You can get the breathing room you need to get back on your feet and begin a new financial life.
The Best Debt Collection Defense? Filing for Bankruptcy
The stress of continuous credit calls, pending lawsuits and garnished wages can take a toll on you and your family. Take initiative and learn about your legal options. Contact a Canton wage garnishment defense attorney at Edward Lake & Associates, LLC. Call 234-207-4578 or 800-590-3610. The firm offers free initial consultations, including evening and weekend appointments by request.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.