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No. Under New York State Law, 25% is the maximum amount garnishable.
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No, you must provide us with accounts and properties you wish to be seized or the name and address of the employer.
No, we do not give legal advice, but advise you of our procedures.
New York State law requires you to make payments (10% of your gross pay under certain conditions), on a regular basis. You should remit payments at least bi-weekly.
No. Under New York State Law, a judgment debtor can only have one 10% garnishment at a time.
No. Under New York State Law, a judgment debtor must take home at least $291 a week. This is the gross pay minus all deductions mandated by law and the 10% garnishment.