I live in the state of georgia and my family is friends with this guy who has 25% of his check garnished by child support. Today he just recieved another garnishment from an eviction and it was for 25% by law can 50% of his check be taken like that?
Where I am at, in Wyoming, I believe anything over $8.50/hour can be garnished.
I don't know how it varies from state to state, but yes, the maximum amount that can be garnished from a paycheck is quite high.
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