He does not pay who, since his wages are garnished? see link
Wages cannot simply be garnished by an individual, they can only be garnished with the approval of a judge by court order.
If the debt is on a shared account, then yes, the wife's pay can be garnished even if the husband was the one who ran the debt up.
The state of New Jersey will not garnished a wife's wages if her husband owes child support. They can however take from any joint accounts and tax refunds.
Yes, that has no bearing. They just want the money.
Yes - my husband had a past debt to Ford Motor Credit for over mileage on a leased vehicle and they garnished our State Return.
You are not responsible for your husband's children.SEE LINKS BELOW
More than likely, yes.
That means that if your husband predeceases you then the annuity payments would go to you as the survivor.
No, not unless she herself is a named party to the suit.
Generally, yes, the child is still his child. The support payments would likely stop if the new husband adopts the child, but he can't do that unless you agree to it.
If the husband was not liable for the debt, then his wages cannot be garnished to collect on the judgment. The judgment is against the person who incurred the debt.
He can be arrested for not paying and his pay check garnished. Inform the court of his nonpayment .
If there is a judgment and a garnishment allowed by the court this could happen. However, this barely ever is approved for unsecured debt. Most people would file bankruptcy before they allowed their wages to be garnished.
In California, Child Support Services can only garnish the wages from the parent. If you are the step-parent, your wages cannot be garnished. If you are the parent, wages can be garnished within 30 days of legal separation, as ordered by the courts.
If you are not already having your payments witheld from his wages and distributed through the courts keep track of the dates that you receive the payments then file a petition to have his wages garnished in the court that issued your initial support order. If he is mailing payments, keep the envelopes they come in to prove that they were mailed late, if he has been paying cash, insist that he pay by money order to prove when it was purchased. If he resists remind him that it's his word against yours that he's current and he can't prove he gave you cash if you have to take him to court.
The person/company that sold the car wants their money. They don't care who pays it, as long as it gets paid. Condolences for the loss of your husband, but you get to keep the car as long as you keep making payments.
No, you would not be responsible for your husband's alimony payments to his ex-wife if he can't pay. Your income is not considered a factor in payments. Depending on the agreement, your husband may modify the alimony payments in court if he can show proof he is unable to pay.
Her husband who ran a gallery.
For how long does a husband have to pay alimony to his ex-wife in New York Satate?
Yes if he didn't have anything to pay it off with when he passed away
No. The court's role is to distribute payments they receive from the obligors.