I am a driver and it came to my attention a former debt came with a writ of garnishment of wages I am considered an independent contractor can they garnish my wages I don't own a car so I have to rent a car to use on that platform and thats and expense I have to work in aside for the rent I share this vehicle so it not like I can just go out and drive and make money anytime this is my only source of income and only drive enough to pay my rent and any deductions can cause a devastating lost to me and my family and that's the list of our home 1748 behind in rent and I have til 5/5 to get it someone gave me the opportunity and a way to do it now they are trying to take it and I will be homeless I have a writ in place for my home and I am afraid I will lose it all
Sorry to hear about your situation, but there is not alot that you can do. A wage garnishment is like a lien - they can go after anything w/yr name on it: homes, cars, bank accounts and in this case, your wages. Your status as an independent contractor has nothing to do w/it.
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