I have a wage garnishment that comes out of my pay every week. Maryland law states that the creditor must provide the debtor and garnishee with a payment statement (DC/CV66. For 8 months the creditor has failed to provide this statement. Is this grounds to have the garnishment dropped?
Answered on: 4/12/13, 1:19 pm by Misty Wilks
You need to pick up the phone and consult with an attorney. Seriously. You may be losing money unnecessarily. But an attorney will want to ask you specific questions about your situation. Most attorneys would be willing to discuss this with you for free.
You might also want to consider bankruptcy - which will stop the garnishment instantly. And also clear up all your other debt.
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