i have a judgment agains me, and a garnishment order of my wages.
the company i worked for, only took out one payment for the garnishment order, before they sold the company to someone else.
i still work for this new company, same location as the previous one, but they are not taking out any garnishment from my pay.
so can you tell me whats going on with the garnishment, why are they not paying it to the courts. is the new company not liable to do this.
do i need to be worried. or is there some legal thing that the courts have to do with the new company.
do you have a clue whats going on, because i dont.
2 Answers from Attorneys
The garnishment order probably only applies to the old company. The creditor will need to obtain a garnishment order for the new company before they will start taking money out of your paycheck.
The order may not apply to the new company but you can expect a new on that applies to your new company soon, Most likely
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