Protecting Your Bank Accounts From Levies

Levying a bank account is one of the more aggressive methods creditors use to satisfy debts. It is an unsettling tactic as the creditor effectively freezes your account until it secures all money owed.

You will receive notification of the bank levy, but not a specific date when your money will be taken. That can result in bounced checks and subsequent bank fees, doubling the humiliation of transactions not clearing and additional creditors coming after you.

Call the Law Office of Kenneth Gallant at 585-232-7560​ to speak with an experienced Rochester bankruptcy lawyer. For your convenience, I have law offices throughout the local area.

Using Bankruptcy To Prevent A Levy

At the Law Office of Kenneth Gallant, I can take immediate action to prevent a levy. After you have received notification, you can file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy to stop the levy from occurring. The automatic stay will also prevent other creditors from levying your account.

Your money stays with you, where it belongs.

A bankruptcy filing may also stop any future creditor harassment such as wage garnishment, foreclosure of your home or repossession of your car.

Call For Personalized Legal Counsel

Stop creditors from levying your bank account. Call my law firm today at 585-232-7560 or fill out my online intake form to schedule a free initial consultation. I offer reasonable rates and will meet with you one on one at one of my offices located conveniently near you.

My firm is a debt relief agency. I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.