I don't believe that it is a demand letter. It says it's a writ of garnishment. So it looks like they have already won the judgement. But, the figures don't add up. They already garnished the amount they said I originally owed and then stopped garnishing. now they are trying to garnish again for more, and the 20 days I have to say anything about it has already passed. How can I find out if this is just a demand letter, or if this is actually just another garnishment? The first time around they didn't give me a chance to explain either, one moment I was being served (which they sent the original summons to a house I no longer lived in, and I missed the court date because I had no idea I was even being served), and the first I was to hear of it I was already getting garnished.
So if I file a motion to vacate for both the garnishment orders, would I get my original garnishments back?
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