Under Florida Statute 222.11, if you qualify as a head of household you may be legally entitled to stop a wage garnishment. The head of a household is someone who pays at least 50% of the living expenses for a dependent. The term “dependent” in head of household cases is broad and can in...
Any loss of wages in today’s trying Orlando economy can be devastating. If you have outstanding debts, credit card companies, creditors and the IRS can take legal action to garnish your wages. They can legally garnish up to 25 percent of your wages in some situations. Garnishments ca...
Your wages Florida head-of-family exemption If a person makes $750 or less per week in net wages, and the person is a head of family, those wages are exempt from collection. A head of family is a person who provides more than one-half of the support for a child or other person. Wages in a bank...
Florida law limits the amount that a creditor can take or seize or "garnish" from your wages to repay your debts. The Florida wage garnishment laws (also called wage attachments) generally follow the federal wage garnishment laws but some exemptions are available in Florida which might lim...
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