In Florida i believe you would have to file a Motion to Dissolve Writ of Continuing Garnishment. You can check with the clerk of the court to see if there is a form available or a sample your can view.
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A motion to dissolve has to be filed in court and a judge has to make that determination. You probably should hire an attorney that has courtroom experience.
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