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Hello and welcome,Yes, a notice of garnishment should normally be served on you prior to the garnishment taking effect, so you have an opportunity to object to the garnishment. You may use form MC-49 to object to the writ of garnishment if necessary, but the garnishment should not take effect without notice to you in any case.Here is a link which provides additional information on the garnishment process in MI:http://courts.mi.gov/self-help/center/collect/pages/garnishing-money.aspx
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