Wage Garnishment Attorney Inform You of Federal Laws
The good news is that federal laws place limits on how much of your wages can be garnished. These limits exist to protect you and to allow you to have enough income to pay your living expenses, such as your rent, utility bills, and food. It’s also important to remember that just because you are subject to wage garnishments does not mean an employer can fire you. On the contrary, an employer cannot dismiss if you are having your wages garnished. The only way an employer has the right to terminate your employment is if you amass any further debt and a court of law has required more than one wage garnishment.
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Just like bankruptcy, wage garnishment cases can be very tricky. It’s always best to have an experienced wage garnishment attorney help you. Our lawyer can provide in-depth knowledge to your case and help you understand specific federal and state laws. Set up a free consultation with our lawyer to discuss your case.
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