Call today for a consultation 501-588-4451

Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & AssociatesCall today for a consultation

Robertson, Oswalt, Nony

Due to precautions related to COVID-19, we have expanded our options for remote consultations. Please contact our office to discuss whether a full phone consultation or video conference is appropriate for your situation.


Making a


Difference In Your Life

Are Your Wages Subject To Garnishment? Get Help Now


Wage garnishment is one of the most aggressive and invasive credit collection measures that may be utilized by creditors to collect a debt. People who are subject to wage garnishment are often taken by surprise. They find it hard to believe that a creditor could force an employer to automatically deduct payments from an individual’s paycheck. Sometimes it is hard to believe how much power a creditor has at its disposal.

Help for People With Wage Garnishments

At the law firm of Robertson, Oswalt, Nony & Associates, we are committed to helping people find solutions to debt challenges. If you have had your wages garnished, we understand that you may be struggling significantly.

One possible solution to debt problems and wage garnishments is bankruptcy. With a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you may be able to put an immediate halt to a wage garnishment and other forms of adverse creditor collection efforts. You may also be able to discharge all or a significant portion of major debts, such as medical bills, credit card debts and other consumer debts.

What Types of Wage Garnishments May Be Halted?

Certain debts may not be discharged through bankruptcy, so certain wage garnishments will not be halted by filing for bankruptcy. For example, current child support obligations and many student loans are not subject to discharge through bankruptcy. Tax debts may or may not be subject to discharge, depending on the age of the tax debts and other pertinent factors.

Fortunately, most wage garnishments can be halted through bankruptcy. You may potentially put a stop to wage garnishments for personal loans, certain judgment debts and many other types of consumer debts. The best way to learn if bankruptcy may help you obtain relief from wage garnishment is to speak with a knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney. Schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys and get answers to your questions. We will help you determine if bankruptcy is right for you.

Learn more about your bankruptcy option by going to our frequently asked questions page.

Contact Us Now To Schedule Your Initial Consultation

With office locations in Little Rock, Benton and Heber Springs, we serve clients throughout Arkansas. To schedule a consultation with a Little Rock bankruptcy attorney at our firm, call 501-588-4451 or contact us toll free at 866-311-3815. You may also contact us by email.

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