As long as a garnishment hasn’t gone into effect, yes, filing for bankruptcy can stop it, a Denver bankruptcy attorney explains. Here’s why.

October 20, 2015

As long as a garnishment hasn’t gone into effect, yes, filing for bankruptcy can stop it, a Denver bankruptcy attorney explains. Here’s why.

As long as a garnishment hasn’t gone into effect, yes, filing for bankruptcy can stop it, a Denver bankruptcy attorney explains. Here’s why.