ONLY $675 ATTORNEY FEES FOR A ST LOUIS CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY
The only way a creditor can garnish your wages or levy a checking account is by first receiving a judgment against you in a court of law. Otherwise, they cannot do it (regardless of what kind of threats they happen to tell you). But we can fix that situation very quickly!! Below is a full description:
When you fall behind on payment to your creditors (regardless of whether it is a credit card, medical bill, or payday loan), the creditor will eventually sue you for breach of contract. When you are sued, the law states that you must be given notification of this action. This notification comes in the form of a summons that is delivered to you by way of a process server.