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Levy/Garnishment Release Lawyer in Oklahoma City

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If you possess outstanding debt or face tax penalties, it can become very difficult to stay on top of payments in a timely manner. In some cases, the IRS might enforce a levy or garnishment against your financial accounts or paycheck. When this happens, you may feel that there is nothing you can do to prevent such legal action. At The Carver Law Office, PLLC, we are passionate about assisting individuals with personalized legal representation. We have over 30 years of legal experience and have helped hundreds of individuals with their tax law-related matters.

We are confident we can help you. Working with an Oklahoma City wage garnishment attorney can provide you with the peace of mind and direction that you need during this time. Contact us or dial (405) 256-2619.

How To Stop a Garnishment in Oklahoma

To halt a garnishment in Oklahoma, one can claim "undue hardship," file for bankruptcy, settle the debt fully, or contest the lawsuit. It's key to object within five days of the wage garnishment notice for a court hearing. Legal help from an attorney can also be beneficial.

Understanding Levies and Garnishments

If the government or private credit agency orders a levy or garnishment against you, it can be very serious. Levies apply to financial accounts and garnishments apply to paychecks. In the case of a levy, a hold will be placed on your financial account and your debt will be paid using that money until the entirety of the debt has been paid.

Garnishments are similar, but the money is taken out of your paychecks as opposed to your bank account. You will be ordered to pay a set amount of money from each paycheck to the creditor until your debt is paid off.

How Can My Orders Be Released?

Fortunately, there is a way to have levies and garnishments released. By negotiating a settlement plan with the IRS or private creditors, you can release the levy or garnishment ordered against you. Doing so takes experienced financial legal guidance.

Levies and garnishments can be released based on the following:

  • Proof of a significant financial hardship
  • Proof of a medical hardship
  • Other serious life events that render you unable to pay your debt

Talk to a Qualified Oklahoma City Wage Garnishment Attorney

Perhaps you have not been served with a levy or garnishment yet, but fear that you might be. It is important to contact an Oklahoma City tax attorney as soon as possible so that it can be stopped with ample time.

Let our firm give you the future that you deserve. The burden of extensive tax debt can be debilitating and we want to help you understand your legal rights and secure a solution that works for you.

Schedule a consultation with a seasoned wage garnishment lawyer in Oklahoma City at The Carver Law Office, PLLC by calling (405) 256-2619 or submitting an online form.

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  • "They communicated closely with our accountant as well as the state tax office. Overall, we were extremely satisfied with the outcome as well as the reasonable cost of service."
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  • "One call to your office and shortly later, you got the lien released and I was on my way to my first home."
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