Emergency Bankruptcy Services
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Contact Bankruptcy Law Pros to find out how we can use Emergency Bankruptcy services to stop a trustee sale or foreclosure sale, wage garnishments, bank account liens and other disruptive financial or real estate activities by filing a bankruptcy in short notice for you. Bankruptcy filing can also stop eviction from a residence by an owner or landlord.
In situations where bankruptcy is the last minute action to stop such collections activities, we have successfully helped hundreds clients who have found themselves in an “Emergency” type of situation by utilizing our bankruptcy services. It may not be too late to stop a trustee sale, wage garnishment, or bank account lien.
Emergency Bankruptcy to Stop Foreclosure
Trustee sale or foreclosure sale can be seen as something out of your control, but you can take back control of the situation by filing a bankruptcy and, at the same time, stop any other collection activities and discharge your debt. An automatic stay granted from a bankruptcy filing is in effect when a bankruptcy is filed which can stop a foreclosure sale from happening. We can usually stop a foreclosure sale even if the sale date is the next day, but don’t wait until it is too late. Notify us as early as possible to stop your foreclosure sale.
Emergency Bankruptcy to Stop Wage Garnishment
Even if you have an active wage garnishment that is regularly taking place, you can still stop any further collection from your paycheck by filing a bankruptcy. If your active wage garnishment has not yet started, you can stop the collection from your paycheck before any funds have been distributed. Don’t let any of your hard earned money go to waste in a wage garnishment. You can use a bankruptcy to stop the wage garnishment and discharge the debt completely.
Emergency Bankruptcy to Stop Bank Account Lien
After a judgment is granted to your creditor, they may take action to apply a lien on your bank account or even levy your bank account to take funds right out of the account. Bankruptcy can stop this collection activity before it happens. An automatic stay will freeze any collection activity and the bankruptcy can discharge the debt so that the collection will not happen in the future.
If you are located in the Greater Los Angeles area, Orange County, or Inland Empire, contact Bankruptcy Law Professionals to make sure you know all of your rights and explore all of your options in this difficult time. We may be able to stop your life from being significantly interrupted by using our attorneys’ vast experience in the field of bankruptcy law. We offer FREE CONSULTATIONS to help you explore all of your options.