Virginia Garnishment Procedures?

Answer Businesses in Virginia must follow a court order for garnishment of an employee's wages, but there are limits to the amount of money to be garnished and a procedure to determine which garnishments ... Read More »

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How to Stop a Garnishment in Virginia?

Wage garnishment or bank account garnishment is the most serious consequence of unpaid debts. Garnishment due to unpaid private debts can only occur with a court order. However, the federal governm... Read More »

Can a bankruptcy stop a wage garnishment in Virginia?

Bankruptcy filed in the United States is under federal court jurisdiction. Bankruptcy law protects debtors from wage garnishment once the petition for bankruptcy is filed and the automatic stay pro... Read More »

Does Virginia Allow Wage Garnishment for Credit Card Debt?

Wage garnishment occurs when a creditor attaches a portion of a debtor's wages and the debtor's employer diverts that portion to the creditor. A credit card company can obtain a judgment against a ... Read More »

Deed Transfer Procedures in Virginia?

A deed is a document that transfers ownership of real estate from a seller to a buyer. In Virginia, a deed transfer is only valid if certain requirements are met.