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  • Wage Garnishment South Dakota

    If anyone has any information in regards to garnishing wages across state lines...i would be eternally grateful. I am lookiong to garnish someone that lives in Minnesota and I live in South Dakota.

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    Here is the federal rule on this issue...

    http://www.dol.gov/dol/allcfr/ESA/Ti...rt_870/toc.htm
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      You probably need to get a court order. Do you have an attorney? States are required to honor such orders from other states unless the state in which the employee works prohibits creditor garnishments (for example, Pennsylvania and Texas prohibit such deductions, Minnesota, to my knowledge, does not).
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        Agree, need a court order & Mn. does allow for wage garnishment.
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