Wage garnishment - How To Find Help

Wage garnishments vary and can stem from IRS wage garnishments due to unpaid taxes, child support, alimony or credit card bills. If you are being threatened with a wage garnishment the worst thing you can do, is to ignore the situation. In most cases, if you are employed and a court ordered garnishment has been filed against you, your creditor, can and will garnish your wages. The amount of your disposable income that can be garnished can range from 15% to 65% depending on the type of garnishment. Wage garnishments involving child support and/or alimony (spousal support) can be especially large.

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