Garnishment

Wage garnishment refers to the legal withholding of money from a paycheck. The funds withheld from an employee’s paycheck are distributed to another party, such as to pay off unpaid taxes, child support payments, defaulted student loans, alimony, and other monetary fines.

Garnishment involves three main parties: the creditor taking the money (the garnishor); the party receiving the funds (garnishee), the employee who has money withheld (the debtor). In order for garnishments to occur, an employer typically needs to receive a court order with instructions.

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