FAQ - Garnishment

How do I stop a garnishment?

You can file a request for hearing; however, filing this request will not automatically stop a garnishment currently in effect. The request for hearing will get you before a judge within 5 business days, at which point the judge will issue a ruling on any modification to the garnishment. The garnishment will still be in effect until a decision is made by the judge.

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FAQ - Garnishment

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