FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Almost certainly YES!! If the debt that the garnishment is going to pay is included in the bankruptcy, the Bankruptcy Code will place a stay on the garnishment.
As soon as the Bankruptcy is filed, the creditors are required under the Bankruptcy Code to stop any attempt to collect the debt.
Almost certainly YES!! If you are financially able to make the payment on the home after your other debts are discharged, you will most likely be allowed to reaffirm your house debt.
If you find out that you have a warrant issued for your arrest, you should contact our office immediately for a free legal consultation so that you are correctly informed of your rights. Upon retaining our legal services we can begin to represent your best interests and resolve your situation as quickly as possible.
In Mississippi a non-contested divorce can be final as soon as sixty (60) days from the date of filing with the appropriate Chancery Court. A contested divorce can take longer depending on the allegations in the divorce and if child custody is an issue. There is really no way to determine on a contested divorce, however if a settlement is reached after sixty (60) days from the filing of the initial complaint, an Order can be entered at that time.