How can I stop a garnishment without filing bankruptcy?
1 attorney answer
Without knowing who is garnishing you and for what, we can't really say. Colorado doesn't have any sort of hardship or head of household garnishment exemption. However, it does have a sliding scale on how to calculate the garnishment. If the person is low income, the garnishment can be very low to zero. However, that sliding scale doesn't apply in every situation. Your employer should calculate that, but sometimes you may need to go to court to demonstrate to the court your income and get the garnishment reduced.