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I just received a letter from my employer of a Writ of Garnishment. I had no idea I was even getting sued! I'v e been sued before but was served paperwork where I immediately responded and got the situation handled. Now I live in Oregon currently and live with two roomates. Is it possible that someone served my roomates with the paperwork? Is this even legal? I don't have the most responsible roomates so who knows they could of chucked the paperwork in the garbage by accident. Anyways. I have this judgement against me. Is there any kind of paperwork I can file to make them stop garnishing my paychecks and possible stop them from possibly getting money out of my checking account. I'm so frustrated I dont even know where to start whether that being contacting their lawyer or contacting the c