Which US states allow wage garnishment?

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All US states allow wage garnishment for creditor debt with the exception of Pennsylvania, South Carolina, North Carolina and Texas (depending upon the debtor's circumstances). All US states allow income garnishment for child support, tax arrearages and in some states spousal support (alimony).
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