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They are garnishing your husband claiming this was a community debt, since your pay from commission was something that was a benefit to the community.
Because he obtained a judgment against you because you did not get a notice of hearing and chance at due process, your recourse next is to file a Motion to Vacate default judgment in the court that issued the judgment and you have to prove you did not receive notice of the proper hearing date, there are legitimate matters in dispute in the case and that you have been deprived your constitutional due process in this case.
You are going to have to file the motion to vacate now to do anything to stop the garnishment. You really should us an attorney for this motion, it greatly increases your chances of success.
As far as the money he owes you for commissions, this is something you can file as a separate suit in small claims
court against him to seek payment of wages and you can ask for up to 3 times the amount due based on proving he was in bad faith in failure to pay you wages due. You do NOT need an attorney to file this suit if you do not want to use one.
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