Wage Garnishment In California
When you fall behind on your bills, your creditors may take legal action to collect the money you owe them. One way they can do this is by garnishing your wages.
In California, wage garnishment happens when a creditor gets a court order requiring your employer to withhold money from your paycheck and send it directly to the creditor. The most common type of debt that results in wage garnishment is unpaid taxes, but it can also be for things like defaulted student loans or outstanding child support payments.
If you’re facing wage garnishment, it’s important to understand the process and know your rights. This article will explain how wage garnishment works in California, what types of debts can lead to wage garnishment, and how you can protect yourself from having your wages seized.
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