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Answered 11 months ago.
Good answers here. Good luck.
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Answered about 1 year ago.
No they can't if you follow the requirements with regard to deposits. See http://www.consumerfinance.gov/askcfpb/1157/can-creditor-garnish-my-social-security-benefits-pay-debt.html
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Has your attorney filed a claim in the bankruptcy proceeding?
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Answered 9 months ago.
This is a question of fact and Marriott is unlikely to pay unless you continue to press your claim. Have you contacted the Corporate office and put everything in writing?
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Answered 5 days ago.
Many people work pt, but anyone can be reviewed whether they work or not.
You can go back to court with your attorney and seek to change the final judgement.
The short answer is -- Yes, you can protest. In my experience, there are national firms who do this, and Judges know it. But you should do it as soon as possible, and include all the facts in your letter.
Answered 12 months ago.
No they don't arrest people there for fraud, but they do investigate it. You need to consult with an attorney and get honest about the situation. Do not ignore it.
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Answered 3 months ago.
Sounds like you need to get yourself to a family lawyer asap.
NO, it is adversarial.