The maximum federal garnishment is 25% the maximum NY state garnishment is 10% (this does not apply to child support or spousal maintenance). Therefore the state garnishment would be the lowest, but if the student loan(s) are federally subsidized the law may allow for the higher federal garnishment to be used depending upon the person's financial status. Such issues as being disabled, head of household, and so forth would be a factor in the percentage of garnishment allowed.
Decisions concerning wage garnishment and the amount that can be garnished are left to the presiding judge. The maximum amount under federal law is 25% of disposable income with the first $154.50 of weekly salary exempt from garnishment. Many states have established garnishment laws where the percentage allowed is lower than the federal; the lowest percentage is the one that is applied. All garnishment action is subject to appeal and modification if the garnishee can present proof that it would constitute an "undue hardship" on themselves and/or dependents. There are four states that do not allow garnishment for creditor debt, Texas, Pennsylvania, N.Carolina and S.Carolina. Several states such as Florida have limited garnishment laws making such action difficult to enforce.
The state uses federal garnishment guidelines which would be a maximum of 25% of disposable income with the first $154.50 of weekly salary exempt from garnishment. The 25% only applies to creditor garnishment, it does not apply to court ordered child support, tax arrearages, and in some cases spousal maintenance or personal injury awards. Garnishment for those issues can be as much as 50% depending upon the circumstances and the decision of the judge. Wage garnishment for creditor debt can be eliminated in bankruptcy. Garnishment for the other issues cited such as child support cannot.
If you voluntarily pay them more then they would get garnishing you, faster then they would get it from garnishment, they may choose not to garnish.You can also appeal the garnishment and attempt to prove it would cause you undue hardship. You would need to provide documentation of all household income and expenses. Appeals can be made at any time, but will not stop garnishment while pending unless they're received by the loan holder within 30 days of the date your garnishment notice was sent.
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There are two ways to stop wage garnishment in the US. The first is to enter into an agreement with your student loan collection agency to rehabilitate the loans over a 12 month period. The second and easier route is to consolidate your loans. If you need help with the consolidation of defaulted loans, click on the link at the bottom of this text box. It's unlikely that you can. If the debt has proceeded to a garnishment then the loan company has a judgment for the debt and has not been able to collect it. Now they are getting the money and are unlikely to stop the garnishment without another court order (that you would have to get from the court) to do so. The last two statements are incorrect. A wage garnishment will be lifted by a collection agency if the loan is going to be consolidated by another Federal lender, because the defaulted loan will be paid off with the consolidation.
*************************** From student loan GUY at www.studentloanfundamentals.com You can surely challenge the garnishment IF it is causing financial hardship... Here is how to stop the garnishment: Financial Hardship: You can challenge the garnishment by submitting what is called a "financial statement". Along side with the financial statement you would want to submit all of your bills and expenses. (Remember they consider credit cards, Timeshares, and such as luxuries) If you have medical bills or medical problems make sure that you include proof of this... Non-Financial Hardship: Negotiate a minimum payment that is a qualifying amount for the "Rehabilitation payment program". This is going to sound silly but hear me out.... MAKE PAYMENT ON TOP OF THE GARNISHMENT.... after 9 months your garnishment will cease and you will have most of your collection fees waived... Best of Luck... Mr. K Rogue student loan collector
The law allows only one garnishment procedure at a time, they are taken in priority; for example a wage garnishment for child support would supercede a garnishment for credit card debt. The maximum for creditor debt in N.Y. is 10% of gross income (income before any deductions). The maximum for child support is 25% of disposable income (income left after state and federal taxes, social security, medicare, pension, etc.) When pertaining to garnishment by creditor lawsuits the law allows the state percentage to be used if it is lower than the federal amount. Pursuant to federal law, the first $154.50 of weekly income is exempt from garnishment.
I'm assuming these are federal loans, correct? A defaulted federal loan falls into federal garnishment rules, thereby trumping any rules a specific state may have to the contrary. Garnishment orders are issued for 15% of your disposable income. (Disposable meaning everything after taxes, but before luxuries such as health insurance, 401K, etc.) If you have multiple defaulted loans, you can be garnished up to 25%. My suggestion would be to contact the holders of your student loan immediately, and request a repayment arrangement. It's possible that you qualify for the William D. Ford consolidation program, which will combine all of your loans and then set you on an income-contingent repayment arrangement.
In the US, stopping a wage garnishment for defaulted student loans is very difficult. The collection agency has the right to garnish wages and they will not stop this "Easy Money" unless you pay at least half the outstanding balance.There are a few companies that can help you get a garnishment lifted, have the loan restructured out of default, and get a low monthly payment as low as $0 a month. The one I recommend is linked to the bottom of this text box.
Banks do not place liens or garnish your paychecks (your employer would have to do that). However, if a garnishment is received by your credit union, they have to freeze any liquid funds in your account at the time the garnishment is received and send the funds to the court (by law). This is regardless of the source of the funds.
A federation can be described as a large government that is composed of smaller governments. In the US, the federal government is a union of 50 states. In Canada, the federal government is a union of ten provinces and 3 territories. A student government is not federal in nature, since the student body consists only of individuals. Students do not have any lower levels of government which can be unified into a federation.
In the US, a defaulted student loan is turned over from the Guarantee agency to a Federally approved collection agency. This collection agency can garnish your wages. If your loans are with various lenders and turned over to multiple collection agencies after default, then I think it would be possible to have multiple garnishments, but collectively they can not be more than 15% of your salary. If more than 15% is being taken, then you should contact the Ombudsmans office at the Dept of Education. He is there to help you. If you want help consolidating your defaulted loans and stopping the garnishment, click on the link at the bottom of this text box.
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