Wage Garnishment

Garnishment is an American legal order for collecting a monetary judgment on behalf of a plaintiff from a defendant. The money can come directly from the defendant (the garnishee) or - at a court's discretion - from a third party. Jurisdiction law may allow for collection - without a judgment or other court order - in the case of collecting for taxes.
Posts about Wage Garnishment
  • Declaring Bankruptcy in Wage Garnishment Cases

    … debts over a three- to five-year period. Contact a Missouri Bankruptcy Lawyer Today for an Initial Consultation An experienced lawyer can help you determine whether declaring bankruptcy is your best option in a wage garnishment case. To schedule a free consultation with a St. Charles or St. Louis bankruptcy lawyer, please call us or contact us online. The post Declaring Bankruptcy in Wage Garnishment Cases appeared first on The Law Offices of Kenneth P. Carp. …

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  • MO Car Accident Frequently Asked Questions

    … Missouri Car Accidents Auto accidents happen to even the safest of drivers. One minute, you can be driving down the road, heading home from work or out running errands, and in the next you could be involved in a potentially serious accident resulting injuries that can be severe and life-threatening. At The Bruning Law Firm, our St. Louis car accident…

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  • What Happens After a Creditor Obtains a Judgment Against You?

    …. An execution is where they ask the local Sheriff to auction your property at a public auction. One of the most known collection practices is a garnishment of your hard earned wages or of your bank account. You Can’t Hide From Your Creditors You may be thinking your property is safe because the creditor doesn’t know you own it and/or asking yourself how…

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  • Who Can File for Bankruptcy?

    … you take care of your home and you buy your much needed medicine. Before you know it, the credit cards have become more than you can handle. If you are drowning in debt and have any questions regarding any aspect of Bankruptcy in Alabama, Tennessee or Mississippi, please call one of our Bond & Botes affiliated offices. We offer free initial…

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  • What Happens If I Guarantee Another Individual’s Debt?

    … located offices at Bond & Botes closest to you. If you have any questions regarding any aspect of Bankruptcy in Alabama, Tennessee or Mississippi, please call one of our Bond & Botes affiliated offices. We offer free initial consultations so feel free to call one of our conveniently located offices to set up a private consultation with one…

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  • What If I Cannot Pay the Filing Fee for my Bankruptcy?

    … have questions regarding any aspect of Bankruptcy in Alabama, Tennessee or Mississippi, please call one of our Bond & Botes affiliated offices. We offer free initial consultations so feel free to call one of our conveniently located offices to set up a private consultation with one of our experienced attorneys. If you have questions regarding…

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  • How Do You Budget and Track Your Expenses and Ultimately Save?

    …, stopping foreclosure or wage garnishment, avoiding liens, stopping lawsuits, discharging debt, etc. we can help! We will analyze your situation and help you make the best decision possible to help you with your financial problems. The post How Do You Budget and Track Your Expenses and Ultimately Save? appeared first on Bond & Botes. …

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  • Is Certain Property Exempt from Garnishment of Your Bank Account?

    …. We offer free initial consultations so feel free to call one of our conveniently located offices to set up a private consultation with one of our experienced attorneys. If you have questions regarding Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Chapter 13 bankruptcy, stopping foreclosure or wage garnishment, avoiding liens, stopping law suits, discharging debt, etc. we can help! We will analyze your situation and help you make the best decisions possible to help you with your financial problems. …

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  • Is Sewer Service an FDCPA Violation?

    … By: Robert J. Nahoum THE PROBLEM The cashier at the grocery store rings you up, you swipe your debit card and embarrassingly, the cashier tells you that your card is no good. You call your bank and are told that your bank account has been frozen. How can this have happened? Turns out, you were sued by a debt collector, you didn’t answer…

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  • Money Problems and Marital Problems

    … for bankruptcy counseling. In some cases, the problem may be late house payments and a threatened foreclosure. In others it may be an automobile repossession or wage garnishment. In any of these type situations it is important to meet with an attorney BEFORE the bad thing occurs. In most cases; we can stop the foreclosure, repossession…

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  • The Ripple Effect of a Default Judgment

    … By: Robert J. Nahoum Debt collection lawyers’ bread and butter are default judgments because they are the quickest and easiest way to hang up consumers for old debts. The fastest way to a default judgment is when the consumer fails answer the complaint. If you are unaware that you have been sued, the debt collector can have a default judgment…

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  • Will I Have Miss Work for My Debt Collection Case?

    …. Will you have to miss work to go to court? The Rules: Whether or not you will have to appear in court in a debt collection case firstly depends on the court your case is in and secondly on the purpose of the court appearance. The debt collection courts in New York City require appearances for all court dates. So, if your case is in the New York…

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