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I am employee who has resigned from my company in Florida
I am employee who has resigned from my company in Florida and my last day is 7/22. Back in March I was given an advancement to attend a conference which I can not attend now.I agree that I owe the company a debt, and I'm trying to work out a payment plan with them that is reasonable and will not leave me without money until I start my new job.They want to take out money of my last 2 paychecks for the amount of $1,726.00. That is over what I make and it would leave me without money to pay my bills on time or eat, etc.I want to know what my rights are as to legally what they can do to me. I have asked them several times in writing to work with me and why I can't afford to pay it back before I leave the company.
I lost a Worker's comp suit and am awaiting judgment, the
I lost a Worker's comp suit and am awaiting judgment, the judgment will be dramatically more than I am able to pay. I understand. I have closed down my sole proprietor and borrowed money from my Mother to pay the legal bills. My mom has started an LLC to operate her cleaning business and I will incorporate my landscaping activities into this business but will not own any of the business. I will be an employee of hers now until I can settle the judgment and repay her for the loans she has given me. I am looking at the garnishment laws and it seems they can take all income greater than about $825 per month. My question is, can I be paid a low wage by this new company to avoid the garnishment? My wife has a very good job so I don't need the money. Is there anything against the law to be purposely underpaid to avoid wage garnishment?
I need an attorney that can help with a wage garnishment. I
I need an attorney that can help with a wage garnishment. I have all the necessary information needed to proceed with the garnishment but cannot find an attorney to hire in southwest Arizona to do the job.Any information you could provide would be extremely helpful.I am a senior citizen and have exhausted all leads to no avail.Please HELP!
Attorney At Law
Doctor of Law w/ highest honors
What is the obligation of a bank or employer based in one
What is the obligation of a bank or employer based in one state to honor private debt related court orders for asset attachment or wage garnishment from a court in another state? Let's say the ordering court is in VA and the bank or employer is in NC.
We you interview an employee, I understand there are certain
We you interview an employee, I understand there are certain questions you cannot ask. From the list below, can you tell me what I cannot ask:1. Do you have any preexisting medical conditions that would limit you from performing any type of work2. Have you ever had a felony3. Have you ever been in prison4. Have you ever filed for bankruptcy5. How old are you6. Do you have any unpaid judgments against you that are subject to wage garnishmentAnything else I cannot ask?
Allen M., Esq.
JAG officer and former adjunct prof.
Juris Doctor, Cum Laude
Thank you prior answer. My only objective is to be able to
Thank you for your prior answer. My only objective is to be able to use my own tools and equipment in the business so that I can take advantage of the $30,000 trade exemption in the event I was to lose the bogus workers comp hearing. If the Colorado LLC is my employer can I use these tools and equipment in the Colorado LLC to work for the Colorado LLC as a regular W2 employee? If so, how much can I be paid per week before any additional pay could be garnished from a judgment? Also, is there anything illegal about being paid less than I am worth?
The company I manage has a -time, very loyal employee (we
The company I manage has a long-time, very loyal employee (we are very small, 4 employees total) and for many years the company has paid this employee's rent as a benefit to her employment. The lease is in the employees name but a company check is mailed each month to her landlord. This employee also works from home exclusively.The employee in question just had 2 wage garnishments arise recently and is now considering bankruptcy. She is also planning to move as her lease is up in September. She wishes to continue having the company pay her rent in lieu of a higher salary. (She cannot get affordable health insurance if we pay her more.)I suspect that w/ the looming bankruptcy we cannot continue paying her rent as I don't want the company to get in any kind of trouble because of this odd arrangement we have had. Would there be a gray area because the employee does work from home where it would be acceptable that the company pays an employee's rent or is this strictly not done?
I received a garnishment employee hospital bill.
I received a garnishment for an employee for a hospital bill. The employee claims she is Head of Household. She completed the form and signed it, does that need to be notarized? Do I have to inform the courts? Is it only supposed to be 10% if you are head of household?
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I just received a wage garnishment notice debt owed byView more employment law questions
I just received a wage garnishment notice for a debt owed by my ex-wife. She claimed to have paid it months ago. We have been divorced for over a year and a half and she is remarried. The collection agency faxed it directly to my employer 3 weeks ago but I just received a copy from my employer by mail yesterday. They are holding me 100% liable even though she has a job and the original debt was for a medical procedure that she underwent. Is there anything I can do to fight this? And how do I respond to the writ?
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