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Removal of Garnishee Orders

What is Garnishee Orders

A garnishee is a court order that is served by the sheriff (or messenger) of the court on the employer ordering the employer to make deductions from an employee’s salary or wage in settlement of a debt owed by the employee to a third party creditor.

You have a garnishee order deduction but ask yourself these questions:
1. Do you understand why a garnishee order was obtained?
2. Can you remember signing any legal paperwork relevant to the order?
3. Can you afford the garnishee order deduction?
4. Do you know how to check if the fees and interest are correct?
5. Were you afforded your rights and options in the legal process?
6. Have you any idea what is still owed to your creditors ?
7. Were you given the opportunity to dispute any creditor claims?
8. Were you informed that your administrator may have changed to someone else?
If you answered “No” to any of these questions, there may be irregularities or discrepancies which can be audited and challenged.
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What if Debt Review does not work?
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