Is the garnishment filed in Oklahoma County?
That'll be determined by the courts.
Every 8 years.
No, wage garnishment by a judgment creditor must run consecutively not concurrently. Garnishment/automatic deduction of court ordered child support is not considered a 'true garnishment', that being the case a child support deduction and creditor garnishment can be active at the same time.
10 years from discharge...everywhere
Yes, if the creditor sues the debtor and receives a judgment, the judgment can be used as a wage garnishment to collect the debt owed.
No. They will sell the truck at auction and it will bring what it will bring. You are then responsible for the balance.
Both have a problem and the car will be picked up by the bank.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is in Oklahoma and Cleveland Counties.
The maximum percentage allowable is 65 percent. This can only be taken out if the garnishee does not support a second family and owes more than 12 weeks of back child support. If the garnishee does support a second family, the maximum is 55 percent if he owes more than 12 weeks of back child support, and 50 percent if he does not.