In general, your wages cannot be garnished in Texas; however, there are exceptions to that general rule. A judge can order sale of your non-exempt assets to pay your debt. Ignoring the problem will only make it worse.
It is important to realize that the IRS does have power to garnish wages and enter liens against your real and personal property. Additionally, if you do have outstanding debt with the IRS and you ignore it, it could become increasingly overwhelming as time goes on because of the interest rates.
It is vital to talk to an experienced attorney immediately if you are wondering about wage garnishments. At NNK, we will sit down with you and evaluate your financial situation to come up with the best possible solution to reduce or eliminate your debt.
Who Can Help?
If you have been afflicted with any financial problems and are wondering if bankruptcy is the right option for you, contact NNK at 972-939-4878 for a free consultation. Bankruptcy matters are complicated and can take up to a few months to resolve, so it is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible. At NNK, we are committed to helping your achieve financial freedom and gaining control over your life.