Yes, you can petition the court to modify the order to fit your circumstances. Forms are available on most judicial websites.
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If it is the Department of Education that initiated the garnishment as a result of a federal student loan or a federally guaranteed student loan, the head of family wage exemption may not apply. These types of garnishments generally take place without the creditor first obtaining a judgment.
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