GREGG E. BIENSTOCK, CITY MARSHAL
Our lawyers fight wage garnishments and bank levies!
Have you received a letter, phone call, bank levy, or garnishment notice
from the New York City Marshal's office of
Gregg E. Bienstock? Are they trying to collect on an older judgment for a credit card, medical,
car reposession, or student loan debt? Have they garnished your wages
or frozen your bank account?
Debtors have rights! Defenses to your debt may exist, and you may be able
to fight, discharge, or even the settle the debt at a reduced amount.
At the Law Office of Simon Goldenberg PLLC, our experience debt relief
lawyers help people find solution to their unsecured debts.
Even if your wages are being garnished, or your bank account is frozen,
it may not be too late to get help. We are a debt relief law firm, and
can advise you as to all legal options, which may include debt defense,
debt settlement, and
Call us for a free evaluation - 877-717-0098.
Background Information on Marshal Gregg E. Bienstock
Marshal Gregg Bienstock (Badge No. 17) is a New York City Marshal with a mailing address at 36-35
Bell Boulevard, P.O. Box 610600, Bayside, NY 11361. He shares an office
address, and is related to
Marshal Martin Bienstock, whom at one time was the highest paid Marshal in NYC.
It is reported that Gregg Bienstock earned 1.66 million in 2008. New York
City Marshals are public officials appointed by the Mayor for five year
terms. They are not salaried, rather they charge fees for the work they
perform, and can also retain 5% of what they collect from money judgments,
also know as poundage. They pay their own expenses, and must pay a fee
of 4.5% of their proceeds to New York City.
Every year, Marshal Gregg E. Bienstock works with law firms across New
York City to execute judgments against debtors by restraining funds in
bank accounts a garnishing wages. Marshal's may assist any judgment
creditors, whether they are a debt buyer, original creditor, or legal assignee.
Need help from a debt defense lawyer?
If you're being faced with a debt collection matter with
New York Marshal Gregg E. Bienstock thencall our office for a free case evaluation.