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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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How to Find Out How Much I Owe the State of Louisiana

by Mary Cole

When Do You Have to Pay Back Welfare Benefits?

by Sarah Bruce

What Happens After a Trustee Bankruptcy Meeting?

by Stephanie Dube Dwilson

Bankruptcy & Community Property

by: Mark Vansetti

In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the trustee, the person appointed by the court to represent creditors and administer the bankruptcy estate, sells off all eligible assets to pay your debts. Chapter 7 is used to discharge, or permanently excuse, most debts.
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In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, a debtor agrees to make monthly payments to a court-appointed trustee. The payments, which are based on the debtor's ...

Can a Creditor Put a Lien on Property If Chapter 13 is Dismissed?

by: Kevin Owen

The primary reason you likely sought Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection is to protect your property from foreclosure or repossession by your lenders. Once your bankruptcy case was filed, you were given protection against your creditors from any ...
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