Filing Bankruptcy Will Stop Bank Account Seizures

Financial problems and unpaid bills can cause untold anxiety and stress. As unpaid bills continue to accumulate, you will probably find that your creditors are taking increasingly stronger actions against you. Phone calls and letters lead to lawsuits. Lawsuits lead to judgments. Finally, judgments lead to garnishment.

Bank garnishments can happen without much warning and can create huge problems in your life. After a bank garnishment, any checks you have written can be returned for insufficient funds. As a result, your already bleak financial situation will only get worse.

Bank Garnishment Protection Lawyers Serving the Cincinnati Area

Perhaps the best way to end bank garnishments, wage garnishments, creditor lawsuits and other punitive debt collection measures is through filing for bankruptcy. Your choice of bankruptcy attorney will have an impact on how your bankruptcy is resolved. We are the law firm of Minnillo & Jenkins CO. LPA. For more than 20 years, people in Cincinnati and surrounding areas in Ohio and Kentucky have trusted our lawyers and staff to handle their bankruptcies.

How Does Bankruptcy End Bank Garnishment?

When you file for bankruptcy, your creditors must end all of their efforts to collect your debts. This is known as the automatic stay. The automatic stay provides immediate relief to people in financial distress. The automatic stay ends bank garnishments, lawsuits, liens, levies, foreclosure, repossession, and harassing phone calls and letters. Our law firm will advise you on what type of bankruptcy best fits your needs and will be with you at each point in the legal process.

Contact the Cincinnati Bank Garnishment Protection Lawyers of Minnillo & Jenkins

When you are ready to get started on getting the debt relief you need, talk to our law firm. Call us at 513-723-1600. You can also email us. We offer a free initial consultation. We have offices conveniently located in Cincinnati, Eastgate, Fairfield and Covington.

We are a law firm and a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.