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I am sorry to learn of your circumstances.
From the facts that you've described, you would not have a basis to sue or win.
If you believe that the garnishments are wrong or the court order is wrong, then the recourse is to go back to that court and file a motion to set aside the order/garnishments.
Good luck and best wishes for better days ahead.
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