Helping Good People Get
Out Of Bad Situations

Stopping wage garnishments

If you've filed for bankruptcy, your wage garnishments will stop,, at least temporarily. If you're a Mississippi resident, here are some essential things you should know about repossession and wage garnishments and how bankruptcy can stop these processes so you can...

Maximum limits for wage garnishment

If you fail to pay alimony, child support, or student loans, your wages are often garnished. However, before the wage garnishment, there are legal limits of the garnishment amount. Additionally, different types of debts have different amounts of wage garnishment. In...

Does repossession damage your credit?

In the state of Mississippi, your lender can repossess your vehicle if you don't stay on top of your loan payments. This means that they can take the car from your property at any time as long as they don't threaten you or disturb your neighbors. Repossession isn't...

Does bankruptcy address wage garnishments?

Financial troubles could become an immense burden on many Mississippi residents. When their debt reaches significant levels, seeking protection from the bankruptcy court may be a viable option. A bankruptcy filing might not mean that all obligations go away as...

Do retirees deal with bankruptcy?

Retirement is not always a carefree time for everyone. Some residents of Mississippi find their golden years plagued by money issues. Without a nest egg, retirees may suffer from heavy debts. Even a generous pension might not cover living and other expenses. Solutions...

Tips for dealing with your medical debt

If you live in Mississippi and are struggling with medical debt, there are steps you can take to relieve some of the stress. First, keep in mind that it is not uncommon for there to be errors on your bills. Review your bill, and contact the provider if you have...