California  |  Family Law

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Asked on: 12/31/09, 2:01 pm

My divorce agreement included a wage garnishments for child and spousal support. The garnishment for spousal support was supposed to end a few months ago. However, my employer continues to deduct it from my earnings and says they need a new wage garnishment order from the court in order to stop deducting it. They will not accept my marital settlement agreement as proof.

What forms do I need to file in order to have the spousal support deduction stopped per the terms of the agreement? I live in California.

Thank you!!

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