It shouldn't be any secret! Your HR department should be able to tell you who is garnishing your wages, they will have a court order on file. And chances are you have already received notice of the law suit and the rest of the process that was used to get the court order.
Not without a Court Order
If there is a court order for child support and he does not follow it the mother have to let the court know and they will make the decision if garnishing his wages or not.
No, they can obtain a court order of garnishment and remove your money at a cost to you.
No. There must be a court order. They must take the matter before the court and obtain a temporary order to stop the visits.No. There must be a court order. They must take the matter before the court and obtain a temporary order to stop the visits.No. There must be a court order. They must take the matter before the court and obtain a temporary order to stop the visits.No. There must be a court order. They must take the matter before the court and obtain a temporary order to stop the visits.
No. Creditors have no authority to freeze bank accounts. Only the court has the authority to order bank accounts frozen.
It depends on the garnishing order
No they cannot. It must be by court order, and/or government agencies (tax delinquency for example).
Ask your employer to give you the name of the entity who is garnishing your wages--- is it an individual; the court; a company, etc. Most likely it will be a court. Get the case number of the court case and go to the court and look at the judgment and see how much was awarded in the judgment. Then add up how much you have paid over the years through the garnishment towards the judgment. Then if you have paid the amount in full, and they are still garnishing you can petition the court to stop the garnishment and return any overpayment. A QUICK WAY to find out is to just ask your employer for the total amount the ORDER OF GARNISHMENT instructed them to garnish. Your employer is responsible for garnishing only the amount in the COURT ORDER. GOOD LUCK!
A wage garnishment occurs when a creditor has a government or court order to obtain your debt from wages that are earned from your paycheck. In North Carolina, as in other states, child support, student loans, and unpaid taxes can be collected without a court order.
They have a court order to obtain the money. They could garnish the income from the life insurance. She doesn't get a free ride, she has to pay it back somehow.
A garnishment is limited to 25% by law.In order to get one the other party must get a court order and if you want to contest it you'll have to go to the same court and put your case before them.
No. Not without a court order.No. Not without a court order.No. Not without a court order.No. Not without a court order.
You will be served with a court order if there is a judgment against you. But long before that you would have been notified of the court proceeding.
Not without a new court order. If the existing court order specifies a certain school, a new court order will have to be established before a change can be made.
the answer varies from state to state since each can determine the amount of net or "take home" pay that is available under a garnishment order that must be obtained through a court action.
His refusal or objection must be to the court. They will decide. If they don't agree with the courts findings, (tough), they should get legal advice and you should ask the court to get involved with someon not complying with the court order. Even their action to YOU of abjection will be handled by the court, as it is against the law and automatic stay of collection actions required by creditors. Of course, sending copies of the law and court motions, perhpas instruction that they contact the court with any questions before you take the action of asking the court to take action on your behalf on their failure to follow a court order, is appropriate.
Only some creditors can garnish wages without a court order. These include the IRS, student loan companies, or child support.
A shaky issue. Likely as not, you are on the contract for these debts with your exspouse. The court that granted your divorce separated you from the debt, and only the courts can legally break a contract when both parties do not agree to it. You have the recourse to appear in court if the creditors attempt to sue you and produce the order from the divorce court indemnifying you. Likely as not the presiding judge will honor the order from the divorce judge, and the creditors will have no option at that point but to pursue your exspouse. Be prepared to cooperate with the court if the judge requests any location or asset information on your exspouse from you. This can only help your case.
Yes. The debts of the decedent must be paid before any assets are distributed to the heirs. An estate that contains real property must be probated in order for title to pass to the heirs legally. There is a statutory period when the probate case is filed during which creditors can file a claim. That period varies from state to state.
A court order is enforceable the minute a judge signs it. In reality however, this is timeframe is usually extended to the time when the order is recorded in the Court Clerk's office.
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The custodial parent must take the matter before the court by filing a motion for contempt of a court order. The court may impose sanctions but the custodial parent must stay on top of the situation.The custodial parent must take the matter before the court by filing a motion for contempt of a court order. The court may impose sanctions but the custodial parent must stay on top of the situation.The custodial parent must take the matter before the court by filing a motion for contempt of a court order. The court may impose sanctions but the custodial parent must stay on top of the situation.The custodial parent must take the matter before the court by filing a motion for contempt of a court order. The court may impose sanctions but the custodial parent must stay on top of the situation.
When you enter in a legal contract to pay and you default it is the creditors right to use all legal means to collect the unpaid balance.Sometimes the collateral is lost, destroyed or its value is less than the cost of repossession. State laws and regulations are different but I know of no rule that requires repossession prior to presuing the collection process. Garnishments are by court order to satisfy a judgment that has been granted by a court.Creditors are notified by summons of pending court action.Failing to appear results in a judgment for the plaintiff.
Yes. Each type of bankruptcy allows creditors to object to specific debts included in the plan or the manner in which the plan addresses the repayment or discharge. In Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, creditors generally have 60 days after the first creditors meeting to object to the discharge of a specific debt. If no objections are filed, the court will issue the discharge order and the trustee will proceed to collect and sell the assets, then distribute the proceeds to the creditors under a predetermined system. If there are objections, the bankruptcy itself, less the objected debts, continues through to discharge. It may be necessary to have a trial before a judge to resolve the items that creditors objected to. In a Chapter 13 case, creditors are given an opportunity to object to the plan for repayment. If there are no objections filed by creditors or the trustee, the plan may be confirmed as filed. After the plan is confirmed, the trustee will distribute the payments from the debtor to creditors until the