Could I lose my job? How much can they take from my monthly salary
1. Under Arkansas law, an employer cannot fire an employee simply because the employee's wages are being garnished, provided that the employee has not had more than one wage garnishment in any 12-month period. If there are other reasons for terminating the employee such as job performance, then the employer can still terminate the employee, but if there is no other reason, except the wage garnishment, the employer cannot terminate the employee.
2. Under Arkansas law, a creditor must sue the debtor and obtain a judgment before he can garnish wages. Once he becomes a "Judgment Creditor", he can serve your employer with a Writ of Garnishment, but the maximum that can be garnished is 25% of your disposable income (after taxes).
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