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Synonyms for garnish

Synonyms for garnish

to furnish with decorations

Synonyms for garnish

something (such as parsley) added to a dish for flavor or decoration

any decoration added as a trimming or adornment

take a debtor's wages on legal orders, such as for child support

decorate (food), as with parsley or other ornamental foods

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If you have funds in trust that are subject to a garnishment and you have written a check and you are aware the check has not cleared, you must take steps to stop payment on it [when the writ is received]," Silverstein said.
Specific data on student loans and garnishment is not available; however, if the current restrictions are significant for lenders, we might expect to see higher borrowing costs for students.
However, with the extraordinary number of employees that most hospitals have, since they have three separate shifts, personnel departments of hospitals are more likely to be subject to wage garnishments that most other employers.
Suddenly, he was facing several years of automatic wage garnishment, and the shame of being forced to explain to prospective employers why the government considered him a deadbeat dad.
The Ventura County Department of Child Support Services will hold two workshops for employers on wage garnishments and other child-support issues.
The PEO becomes the legal employer of record for payroll purposes, shouldering all the withholding responsibilities, including not only taxes but also garnishments, court orders and child support.
Yet, there are no provisions on the books protecting workers after subsequent garnishments.
Court Experiences Rapid Growth, Adds Garnishments to Slate of Online Filings
This Beverly Hills based company focuses on resolving client's IRS complications such as wage garnishments, bank levies, IRS tax liens, and unfiled back taxes.
However, the protection afforded by the Act is subject to certain exceptions, such as garnishments imposed pursuant to orders of support or outstanding tax liability.
The complexities of federal and state child support and student loan garnishments are addressed, followed by a state-by-state guide to new hire reporting requirements, including sample forms.
This can result in a levy against your bank account, garnishments of wages, filing of a tax lien and other actions allowed by law.