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I loaned someone 2500.00 back in June 2009, they promised to pay me in full when they received there taxes back in March of 2010. I received a letter in March (2010) explaining he hit hard times, he doesn't have the money, he would sell his car etc to get me the money, asked if we could set up payments. He made a few payments to me, not he is not making any payments, stopped. I have all the documentation, him explaining in detail how he owes me money; I have the checks that I wrote out to him, numerous emails from him regarding his promise to pay me. He still owes me 1900.00, he has full time job for quite some time, makes decent money. I am not in financial position to let this go, I need the money. I don't know much about small claims court here in Omaha, NE, can they garnish his wages? Options?