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Hawaii Bankruptcy Lawyer Explains Wage Garnishment and Bankruptcy

If one of your creditors has a judgment against you (which means the creditor sued you for nonpayment of debt and won), it can garnish your wages. With a wage garnishment (sometimes called a wage attachment), your employer holds back some of your wages and gives them directly to the creditor. Some creditors (like the IRS and AAFEES) get...

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