Wage Garnishment/Changing Jobs and Moving out of State Before Then
Date: Sun, 08/26/2012 22:38
I received a letter claiming I will be garnished in 30 days from my present employer, I owe 1410 on a federal loan, and they are going to take out 15 percent. The thing is, i'm moving 1500 miles away, out of state, working a new job. Will they have to send me another letter of an intent to garnish; will they be able to find me? Any help is much appreciated.
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