I receive a writ of garnishment for a independent contractor
I receive a writ of garnishment for a independent contractor that works for me what should I doJA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: MichiganJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: No
I cant pay a 5000.00 dlls ring i bougth, and i already
i cant pay a 5000.00 dlls ring i bougth, and i already missed two payments and have only made 1 (the first one) i am in Texas and want to know if after i default if i would have to go to court or what will happen?JA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in?Customer: txJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: no
I received a Writ of Garnishment for an independent
I received a Writ of Garnishment for an independent contractor that works for us. It reads as though this person is an employee. How do I proceed from here. I tried to contact the judge but I only received a letter in the mail that I my request for legal advice is denied.
I had my car repossessed several months ago, now I have been
i had my car repossessed several months ago, now I have been served court documents regarding paying the difference of thr balance from the sale and what I owed on the loan. Do I have any legal standing to make a case of not paying all and settling? they also have contacted my husbands work to get ready to start wage garnishments, how do I stop the wage garnishments?JA: What state is this in? And how old is the car?Customer: Arizona, 2015JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: no I have notJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: no, it was do to missed payments, and now I have the collector from Ford Motor credits lawyer calling me saying I must send them a hardship letter, and make at least 355 pymts a mth to stop any wage garnishment. I dont know what to believe. and I cannot afford garnishment or 355 mth
I recently won my small claims judgment against a local tow
I recently won my small claims judgment against a local tow company. Even though they were not present for the date, the judge proceeded anyway with the case. I was asking for approximately $3000 in property loss because they failed to adequately secure my vehicle while they had it in their impound lot. They didn't lock my car, which was filled with my property. E.g. various electronics, equipment, etc. They also left my key fob switchblade key inside the vehicle, which was stolen along with the rest of my belongings. My vehicle was towed there as I was being transported to hospital after an auto accident. The judge reviewed a copy of my original demand letter and said he couldn't see how it would cost nearly $2,000 to relay my car. I had already provided him with an emailed quote from the dealership showing the breakdown. In any case he didn't agree with it and awarded me only half of what I was asking for. I have since waited the 30 days for the appeal window to expire and then sent another demand letter asking for payment, including the judgement amount plus 10 percent for every 30 days it becomes past due. I now have to send a letter to the courts asking them to add my case to the next level so I can begin collection proceedings like garnishment or Leins, etc. Is there a list or kit of easy to understand, appropriate docs I can purchase or access somewhere?
I won a small claims suit with garnishment about a year and
i won a small claims suit with garnishment about a year and a half ago . I was receiving monthly payments and they ended up laying that person off. I think this person now has a new job but I need to know how I go about finding that out (i.e. can the courts demand that info or is there a low cost or free service) and when I do find that out, how I proceed in getting new garnishment from new employer