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Wheat Ridge Garnishment And Repossession Lawyer

Determining the best way to overcome challenges involving finances can be daunting. If you have ever considered the idea of bankruptcy, you need someone you know you can turn to for competent legal advice. At our Colorado law firm, serving our clients’ needs is of the utmost importance.

The Pearman Law Firm, P.C., represents clients in Wheat Ridge and throughout the surrounding areas in bankruptcy law matters, including Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Our team is committed to helping you find the debt relief solution that works best for you. Your lawyer will listen to your goals for your situation and work to identify a solution that fully meets your needs.

Wage Garnishments

If you have recently received a letter stating that your wages will be garnished, it is in your best interests to seek legal counsel immediately. Once your wages are garnished, you will not be able to get the money back. Bankruptcy may your best solution. As soon as you file for bankruptcy, garnishments will stop (or be prevented from starting). Our team will help explain the benefits of bankruptcy and make certain your best interests are protected at all times.


If you want to keep your vehicle or other personal items that you have a loan on, you must continue to make payments. Unfortunately, there is no way to get out of the loan. Bankruptcy will temporarily stop the repossession, so you have time to evaluate how much equity you have in the car and whether it is in your best interests to keep the item. If the item has already been taken, bankruptcy may allow you to get out of the deficiency.

Serving Boulder, Lakeview, Centennial and Arvada: Bankruptcy Attorney

Interested in scheduling a free initial phone consultation with our Wheat Ridge garnishment and repossession attorney? Contact our firm at 720-259-9528 to meet with our legal team.