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Good evening. I certainly understand the situation and your concern. No, you will not go to jail for this. However, if you do not pay they will sue you and obtain a judgment. If the judgment is not paid, then they would try and garnish your wages or even go so far as try and get your licenses suspended, as a result of this.
A certain amount of your wages isexempt, or protected by law. You are allowed to keep disposable earnings (your pay after taxes and mandatory deductions) of at least:
If your disposable earnings are less than the exempted amount, your wages cannot be garnished. If your disposable earnings are greater than the exempted amount, then your wages can be deducted by the lesser of:
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