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  • Pattymd
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    Don't stand on principle. Forward the form to Payroll immediately.

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  • Betty3
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    I'll start a new thread for clbates.

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  • Pattymd
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    clbates, you hijacked a thread over 7 months old. Please start you own thread and, when you do, please confirm/enter the state in which the employee works.

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  • clbates
    started a topic Writ of continuing garnishment

    Writ of continuing garnishment

    I was served two copies of a Writ of Contining Garnishment at my place of employment, with an Objection to Calculation of the Amount of Exempt Earnings attached to one and a Calculation of the Amount of Exempt Earnings attached to the other Writ, which I assume was supposed to go to Payroll, and is not located at the address where I work. Am I supposed to forward this Writ of Continuing Garnishment to the payroll department? What would happen if I don't? The collection agency didn't deliver it to the correct address, so am I to be held responsible for that?
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