"I use to live in TN in 2009 and was evicted from my apartment the apt filed a writ of garnishment through the court I made arrangements as was paying, however I moved to FL 2010 and called the attorney office that was handling the case many times they refuse to call me back because I have a out of state number..we are now 2012 and they have started taking 25% out my pay check what can I do to stop this?"It started me thinking. After nearly a dozen posts of mine on the general topics of garnishment, exemptions and interstate mobility and employment, I have barely scratched the surface, and I am still thinking about it.
- A checklist for the wage garnishment debtor
- Across state lines
- What's the maximum amount of wage garnishment?
- Florida wage garnishment exemption for head of household
- Florida's Head of Family exemption applies to bank deposits
- An eight-point case caption - a Florida example
- Drafting a Florida claim of exemption from garnishment
- Why not a legal form for that?
- What is a verified pleading?
- Shifting burdens
- 5 ways to attack an affidavit
It may not be obvious how some of these posts relate to the original question about garnishment, but they do. If you are looking for a cookbook prescription for how to end the pain of wage garnishment quickly, simply, easily, inexpensively and risk free, this is not it. Merry Christmas anyway.