Yes, the judgement is against me. Default judgement was filed for in California. (where note was established) Yes, I have a Connecticut client that pays me on a 1099 basis. Yes...can the check (retainer) my client pays me be garnished before it hits my bank account. I know that my bank account can also be garnished, as well. I assume that the noteholder needs to establish a judgement in New York to go after my bank account? I assume that they would need a judgement in Connecticut as well? If noteholder can garnish the CT 1099 retainer, does that fall to CT law or to NY law (my residency). I understand that the percentages of wage garnishment are different in CT and NY. Thank you!
MDLaw, thank you for the quick response and the direct / efficient answer. My client allows me to use the title of CEO. This is really for marketing reasons so that potential customers of my client respond quicker to my inquiries. I'm assuming that my title is meaningless and that the 1099 status establishes me as an independent contractor and not an employee.
Thank you...and yes, you deserve the highest rating.
If I need continued legal support, is it possible to establish a direct relationship? Thank you for your help!
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