Here at Weselis & Suchoparek LLC, we understand that you would not be reading this page if you were not seeking legal advise about your sensitive legal matters. The attorneys at The Law Office of Weselis & Suchoparek LLC, The Fast Filers, are dedicated to helping Coloradan’s solve real life dilemmas relating to both bankruptcy and personal injury related issues
If you are thinking about the bankruptcy option, imagine what a relief it would be if we could STOP those harassing phone calls, annoying letters, garnishments and SAVE your house from foreclosure immediately. In some cases you can also discharge your second mortgage and keep your house. Yes it is true!
If you were injured through no fault of your own, you are looking for compassionate and professional legal representation to help you reach the most favorable outcome for the wrongs you have suffered.
Our office is happy to speak with you immediately and get you on the right track today. We are a local business that cares about Colorado, which is why we will speak to you for free. Either use the form on the right to e-mail us or give us a call today. Let our office help you devise a successful resolution for your financial or personal injury related matters.
Creditors have a variety of tools at their disposal to collect debts they claim you owe them. The most common types of collection efforts are called “writs of garnishment” and are issued under Colorado state law. You may have not received a letter in the mail nor received threatening phone calls, but the first sign of trouble was when you noticed that twenty-five percent of your gross pay was missing from your paycheck. Or even worse, you noticed that your whole bank account was seized by a creditor when you did not expect it. When you called your employer or bank the following day, you were informed that you owe a debt to a creditor and that they were just complying with the Colorado law to carry a wage and/or bank garnishment. What can you do to get out from under such collection efforts? How can you stop garnishments in the State of Colorado?
Once served with a Colorado writ of garnishment, your employer or bank is required by law to turnover part of your wages and/or account to the creditor. The only way to stop the garnishment is to pay off the debt or to file bankruptcy. Filing a bankruptcy case can stop wage garnishments immediately and no future garnishments can occur from that point forward!
We assist clients whose wages are being garnished on a regular basis. If your wages are being garnished or are about to be, we can help! Remember, time is of the essence. Please contact us for a free consultation!
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Both personal injury litigation and the Bankruptcy process are complicated and the local Colorado attorneys at Weselis & Suchoparek LLC will explain every step of the process to you in order to ensure that you understand all aspects of your case along the way.
It is our firm’s belief that personal attention and dedication to each case is an absolute necessity. Anything short of this standard is unsatisfactory and is not the reason our clients come to our firm.