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Wage Garnishment in North Carolina

In many ways, North Carolina is just like any other state when it comes to wage garnishments. Delinquent federal and state taxes, ongoing and past due child support and alimony, and defaulted student loans – all can result in significant … Continue reading

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No need to worry about getting terminated over a garnishment

Many employees worry about their job when they are subjected to a wage garnishment order. Is the worry warranted? Well, from the standpoint of employer, a garnishment certainly means extra work for them, as they need to file the salary … Continue reading

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The employer’s obligations during garnishment

When a garnishment has been issued, either by a government body or a court, a writ of garnishment will be sent to the employer of the person whose wages are to be garnished. The employer will then have to act … Continue reading

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What Types of Income Can Be Garnished?

Today, we look at what are the types of income that can be garnished. There is a catch – All these garnishment types are governed by the current federal garnishment laws, which as it stands, may not be compatible with … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Garnishment Laws site

Dear reader, welcome to this site! Wage garnishment (or garnishment of any kind) is always something that none of us would like to undergo, if possible. Besides the monetary loss, garnishment affects your reputation and makes it difficult for you … Continue reading

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