Should I File Bankruptcy Before I Get Married?

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Should I File Bankruptcy Before I Get Married?
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Should I File Bankruptcy Before I Get Married?
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How To Stop A Garnishment in Georgia

Transcript: Hello, this is Jeff Kelly, and today I’d like to talk to you about stopping a garnishment in Georgia. When your employer is served with the garnishment, it is extremely important that you take action as soon as you can. If you don’t do anything, if you try to ignore it, here’s what’s going to happen, the creditor is going to take up to 25% of your net paycheck. In other words, if you take home $500 a week, they’re going to get $125 a week. Here’s how the garnishment process normally works in Georgia. First, the creditor is going to file a lawsuit against you. In most cases, the local sheriff is going to drive up to your house and serve with court papers. You know if you dispute this claim, if you think somebody’s trying to pull a fast one on you and you don’t really owe this debt, you really need to hire an attorney and you need to respond to this lawsuit, you need to get an answer filed within 30 days of being served. Otherwise, a creditor is going to obtain a default judgment against you. Once they obtain the default judgment, the creditor is then going to apply for a garnishment and the court will then serve papers on your your employer. Now, this is really important to note. If you’re the court papers are going to clearly state that your employer has 45 days to ...

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