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Asked 1200 days ago by a user from Tempe, AZ

What is a writ of garnishment and summons? does it mean i have to appear in court and can i fight my wages being garnished?

There is a judgement against me for defaulting on a house loan. I let my house go in Arizona and i guess they are coming after me for the second mortage loan amount. I just need to know if I can fight this garnishment because I am a single parent and cannot afford to have my wages garnished. I am willing to work out a payment plan to fit my level of income. I just don't know anything about this kind of thing. it has never happened to me before.

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