Can my check be garnished without, out court order
Your wages can be garnished with a court order, but it does not require your agreement to do it. If you have agreed to it in a contract, then you have agreed to allow them to do it.
if you account is being garnished you would have an order from the court in your area.. Unless it Federal
He does not pay who, since his wages are garnished? see link
If they have followed the laws and have a court order, yes.
That is dependent on the court order.
Wages cannot simply be garnished by an individual, they can only be garnished with the approval of a judge by court order.
A little parsley please. With a court order anyones wages can be garnished
Yes ----- usually by a court order. Also by statuate and taxing authorities
If the debt relates to tax arrearage and/or child support then yes, SSD benefits can be garnished via a court order. SSD cannot be garnished for creditor debt.
Only a court can enter a judgment for wage garnishment. If you have some kind of child custody or alimony order, you can petition the court for garnishment based on non-payment. If you think she just owes you money, you have to sue her, she has to subsequently default of a judgment against her and then the court can order her wages to be garnished.
In Australia you would need a court order. In the United States you would need a court order.