If an unsecured loan goes to court and there is a garnishment of wages will court costs be charged?

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Kalinda
Asked at 2012-08-11 10:47:02
If an unsecured loan goes to court and there is a wage garnishment legal fees be charged?
Answer1Kaleigh-AnneAnswered at 2012-08-13 03:23:37
You will also be responsible for court costs .
Show to your court date .
Pray for only 10% is removed - . Some states allow up to 25%
Take all of your bank statements , invoices and receipts.
Difficulties Make a spreadsheet of your income and bills and try.
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Answer2LynusAnswered at 2012-08-14 09:51:02
It can not be ... Seriously though if you want to escape from going to a free state to decorate. There are four of them. (If possible , especially if you have a lot of debt to be garnished ) ....

I live in Texas, a garrison state free!

Here's a great article on how to escape debt collectors and garnishments
http://www.livingpress.com/articles/wagegarnished/wagegarnished.html

Hope that helps!
Answer3jabirAnswered at 2012-08-18 00:10:07
Usually.
Answer4Mr. Winky Answered at 2012-08-18 12:08:03
yes
Answer5erickaAnswered at 2012-08-25 13:15:18
Yes Not only will they add initial legal costs to ensure the original trial , will also add to the regular court costs for the time they have to follow presentation renew the embargo ( until the judgment is paid ) . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus As for living in a " free Embargo " state ... do not be too smug . Most credit card lenders ( unsecured loans ) incorporate in states that have laws that favor them (like Delaware or South Dakota ) and the state in terms that if granted credit for it , you agree that be bound by the laws of South Dakota (or wherever incorporated ) and can even have your wages garnished .
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