Methner and Associates : Colorado Bankruptcy Lawyers : FAQ
Wage garnishments must stop, even if you file your bankruptcy the day before payday. We are experienced in recovering these funds for you. Please provide us with the name and facsimile number of your payroll clerk so we can take care of this for you.
Calaveras County Sheriff's Department - Civil - Frequently A...
We need a copy of the face sheet of your bankruptcy after you have filed it. You may fax or hand-carry it to us. We will need the Levying Officer File No. In order to process your release. Include the fax number to your employer/payroll department for their notification.
Bankruptcy FAQ & Divorce Forms
YES! Filing bankruptcy will terminate garnishments as to wages earned after the filing of the bankruptcy. (Wages earned before the filing may be recoverable from the sheriff or creditor if those wages would otherwise have been exempt.)
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It is a court order telling your employer to deduct a part of your wages and send it to the court to pay your creditor. It can only occur after your creditor has sued you and gotten a judgment against you, and it can happen only if your earned income after taxes is more than 30 times the minimum wage.
Civil Process FAQ
The garnishment process is one of the methods used in the collection of Writs of Execution. A Writ of Execution is a court order to the Sheriff to levy on property of a debtor to satisfy a monetary judgment entered by the courts. Anyone who is in possession or control of property or money of a debtor can be served with a Writ of Execution and Garnishment. The Garnishment orders the party in possession to turn over that property to the Sheriff who served the order.
Wage & Hour
Minimum wage will change yearly based upon legislation enacted in 2005. To review current and future minimum wage rates click here minimum wage
Civil Rights/Affirmative Action - Frequently Asked Questions
Covered workers must receive the appropriate wage rate for their craft: the prevailing wage is the basic hourly rate of pay and the bona fide benefit rate of contribution as determined by the Commissioner of the NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development. The same department also administers the NJ Prevailing Wage Act, a NJ state law that protects construction workers including, but not limited to carpenters, plumbers, power equipment operators, and laborers. No.
ADMA - Frequently Asked Questions
It depends at which point in the process the garnishment is. If you creditor is threatening a garnishment, then the answer is yes we can stop it. If, however, a garnishment is already being removed from your paycheck, then unfortunately the answer is no. Once a garnishment begins it cannot be stopped unless you pay the debt in full or offer the creditor more then they are getting from the garnishment.
Civil Process FAQ
No, only one garnishment can be in place at one time. If more than one judgment is waiting for garnishment on a debtor's employer, the Sheriff will hold those garnishments in the order they are received by the Sheriff's Office. When the first judgment is satisfied, the next garnishment is served to the employer. Garnishments will be held for the life of the Writ (normally 60 days) and will be returned if not served prior to expiration.
Civil Process FAQ
Fill out the acknowledgment of receipt form and return it to the Sheriff's Office. Faxes are accepted. The employer must answer the interrogatories (questions) on the garnishment form and return it to the Sheriff's Office. If there is money owed to the debtor, then the wage garnishment guideline should be followed. Garnished wages are sent to the Sheriff, NOT to the plaintiff.
Presuming that we're talking about only collection activities which are predicated on erroneous evidence-in-the-record, a proper and necessary first step would clearly be to rebut or correct that evidence-- the particulars of which should be available from the collecting agency-- in the manner provided for by law. (Collection activity based on valid evidence, of course, is an entirely different matter, and not one which will be addressed here.
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Your benefits are calculated by analyzing the four thirteen week periods preceding the date of your injury. The calculation is based on wages and other compensation from all forms of employment. Accordingly, if you have a second job, those wages are included in calculating your benefits. The average weekly wage is calculated by averaging your wages during the three highest thirteen-week periods.
UNI - Financial Aid
per hour ($7.25 effective Jan 1, 2008). The rate of pay is determined based on the student's job responsibilities and a three-classification wage schedule. The minimum pay rate at "Job Class I" is $5.60 per hour; however, many students may begin at a higher wage rate.
Frequently Asked Questions: North Dakota Department of Labor
Answer: Possibly. Employees are entitled to overtime pay unless their actual work duties meet one or more of the exemptions from overtime provided in labor law. Simply being paid on a salary basis is not enough to make an employee exempt from overtime pay. A complete list of overtime exemptions is provided on the reverse side of the ND Minimum Wage & Work Conditions Summary Poster. Please note: Adobe Reader is needed to view or print the brochure.
Frequently Asked Questions
We may be able to assist you. Some default judgments are relatively simple to have "set aside" by the court, however every situation is different, and will need a preliminary evaluation by our workgroup.