Does the 2 items that cannot be garnished except for taxes and
child support apply in Pennsylvania ?
My wife has a part time job. She clears about $150.00 a week.
Can her pay be garnished ? She has nothing to do with this legal matter.
The company bringing the suit is a nursing home. My mom was a resident
there and is now deceased. She was on Medicaid. They say I am
responsible for a portion of her costs.
I have not talked to a lawyer yet. I have not communicated with the nursing
home as yet. Is the next step going into court in person or discussing
the possibilities of working it out before we go to court.? Maybe a payment
plan or something like that. If something is resolved will I still have to pay
the court costs ?
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If the nursing home and I can work out some kind of payment plan do I still have to appear in court ?
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Question: If a judgement is filed against me what can they do to me ? I have no job due to health problems, no money and I own nothing.
If I refuse to pay. Is there other avenues they can take.
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