You have a limited time to respond. If you fail to respond appropriately, the government can garnish up to 15% of your wages. Our firm can prepare a defense to a Notice of Administrative Wage Garnishment.
Generally speaking, you may defend based on the existence of the debt, the amount of the debt or whether the debt would cause a financial hardship. Different federal agencies may have other defenses available.
We charge a fixed fee for our services. We found that a fixed fee is more viable for our client as their legal fees are predictable and certain.
The notice will contain the date you must submit your hearing request in by as well as a request form.
An Administrative Wage Garnishment order will issue and be sent to your employer who will then have to deduct the required amount from your paychecks.
In most cases, yes, you can still obtain a hearing. However, the wage garnishment will remain in place for at least 60 days.
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