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Can you share with me what your question is? What State do you reside in?
What happened after they got a judgment? Did they ever try and contact you?
Thank you and sorry for the delay. You can try and settle. For something like this, you may want to consider a lump sum payment for less then what is owed. If he is trying to collect on the debt at this point it may have been bought for less then what is owed so they could be inclined to settle with you to close this out. However you can ask for a payment plan but must get it evidenced in writing. In Florida, if you are head of household and have a family you also could be exempt from the garnishment and could contest it.
No. It should be 20 days from when it was received / you were served. That is when the clock would run. You do have a right to be heard and contest this and/ or try and settle
Yes it would be from when it was received so you do have time to respond
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