An interrupted asset flow is undoubtedly a scary proposition for many Mississippi residents and other persons across the country. Most people focus conscientiously on their jobs and securing the income required to pay back responsibly on their personal debt obligations, and a sudden inability to do so can virtually turn their lives upside down.
Garnishment can especially do that, since it can blindside a consumer by making an unexpected and nasty arrival. That money sent out to cover a rent or mortgage payment is not timely arriving in the creditor’s account, because it has been frozen pursuant to a court order. The same result can attach to a credit card payment, student-loan outlay and a host of other money sought to be applied toward debt repayments.