Yes, bankruptcy can usually stop a garnishment. A garnishment is a legal process where a creditor takes money directly from your paycheck or bank account to pay off a debt. If you file for bankruptcy, an automatic stay will go into effect. This means that most collection activities, including garnishments, must stop while your bankruptcy case is ongoing.
If you're facing a garnishment and considering bankruptcy, it's important to talk to a bankruptcy lawyer to understand how bankruptcy can help stop the garnishment and provide relief from your debts.