When he hears about the former employee's whereabouts later, he said, his suspicions are almost always confirmed: The person found work as an independent contractor to avoid wage garnishment
If the judgment debtor qualifies for and properly claims the "head of family exemption," then the judgment debtor is afforded two levels of protection from wage garnishment
The agents also may inquire about a taxpayer's employment relationships in the United States or any personal services performed in the United States, to establish wage garnishment
The daughter of former Alaska governor Sarah Palin hasn't attempted to enforce the court's order by wage garnishment
or other means.
Second, if child support arrears accumulate, bank accounts can be seized in addition to wage garnishment
Thus, confirmation of a judgment by confession is a waste of time and money, unless the creditor is seeking a wage garnishment
against the judgment debtor.
Perhaps more important are the significant federal and state limits placed on wage garnishment
Two of the main factors influencing bankruptcy filing rates in the United States are homestead exemptions and wage garnishment
Finally, in order to strike the appropriate balance between preserving work incentives and obtaining compensation for nondischargeable debts, Congress might wish to set an upper limit on the percentage of a debtor's income that may be subject to wage garnishment
at any given time.
In Massachusetts, a technology employee, upset over an ensuing wage garnishment
, opened fire on co-workers and killed seven.
On September 21, 2001, the hospital commenced a wage garnishment
proceeding against Garcia and his employer, Richter Industries, the garnishee, to collect on the unsatisfied civil judgment.
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 testimony focused on RHS's and FSA's progress in referring delinquent debt for administrative offset and cross-servicing and Agriculture's implementation of administrative wage garnishment
The Consumer Credit Protection Act of 1973 prohibits employers from firing workers whose earnings have been subjected to a wage garnishment
arising from a single debt," says labor lawyer Sack.
These remedies include wage garnishment
, repossession of collateral, and late night phone calls.