Wage garnishment can be stopped by responding to the creditor's demand letter, seeking out state protection, getting debt counseling and filing objections to the claim, notes AllLaw. There are some situations where the i... More »

Title III of the Consumer Credit Protection Act, or CCPA, protects an employee from termination for a wage garnishment order to repay one debt, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. The CCPA also limits the amount o... More »

In California, creditors can garnish up to 25 percent of an individual's disposable income or an individual's wages that are greater than 40 times the minimum wage, whichever is less, advises Nolo. As of 2014, California... More »

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