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What Is a Garnishment Processing Fee?

by: Samantha Kemp

Federal law allows **up to 25 percent** of an employee's disposable wages to be garnished by a creditor that has received a judgment against the employee. An employer is sometimes permitted to charge its own fee to the employee or the creditor for ...
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Can I File for Bankruptcy With My Spouse If We Already Filed for Divorce?

by: Patricia Dzikowski

You can file for bankruptcy with your spouse after you have filed for divorce as long as the divorce has not become final.
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What Happens if a Bank Discharges a Home Loan During a Bankruptcy?

by: Elizabeth Stock

At the end of a bankruptcy case, you will receive a bankruptcy discharge that relieves you of all financial obligations toward the debt. The discharge also applies to home mortgages.
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