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Can They Garnish My Wages When I Work in PA But Live in NJ? – Greg

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“Dear Steve, I have wage garnishment for alimony about a 1/4 of my disposable income. I live in New Jersey but work in Pa. I know there are limits that can be garnishment ;must my garnishment for alimony be accounted towards that limit. Can I be garnish for debts since I work in Pa and pa does not permitted wage ... Read More »

Making a Clean Financial Break at Divorce

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If you’re going through a divorce, you’re probably exhausted by the emotional upheaval and the day-to-day details of carving out a new, separate life. One thing that’s easily overlooked — or outright ignored — in the turmoil of divorce is what your financial picture will look like down the road. Some people just want out of their marriage as quickly ... Read More »

I’ve Gotten The Alimony Lowered But Still Neck Deep in Debt From the Divorce. – Steve

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“Dear Steve, I came to Texas for employment after 7 months of unemployment. Leaving my wife behind, she refused to come here. My new job came to an end after 4 months and faced 4 months of unemployment, the job market was in Houston so I stayed and was employed again by GE Energy. Still my bills from 11 months ... Read More »

Is There a Way to Get Out of Debt for Free? – Steve

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“Dear Steve, I was unemployed for 7 months in 2007 and moved to Texas for employment, The company shut down the project in Novemeber of 2007 then fired 35 people in January of 08. During this time My wife lived in New Jersey and never came to Houston and filed for divorce. I never thought that New Jersey would award ... Read More »

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