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There was a judgement won against me back in 9,2004.... in 2011 the judgment fell off my public record... Now the same law office has submitted a writ to garnish my paycheck from my employer.
You can stop the garnishment by filing bankruptcy. Contact an attorney to see if bankruptcy is the right option for you.See question
With the help of lawyers, my husband and I have agreed on a 50/50 custody agreement for our son. It has been filed to MD court. I have about $100K more than him in my TSP/retirement. He wants half. I don't mind as long as he pays 50% of our de...
It appears that you are only fighting over $2500, so no it does not make sense to hire new counsel. Meet with your lawyer and ask how much he thinks it will cost the rest of the way if it is going to be a battle. If he is going to charge you more than $2500 it doesn't make any sense to fight it.
I hope you realize that the law does not require you to give your husband 50% of your TSP retirement. It very well could happen but it is not required. It seems that if you are going to give him half of your TSP without a fight he ought to pay the $5000 debt.See question
For all practical purposes the clock would start over. Give him 30 days to respond to the Absolute and if he/she does not respond, file for a default.See question