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I was recently found in contempt for not paying spousal support. Then there was a hearing to impose sentence. After the hearing to impose sentence the magistrate filed a magistrate decision stating I had to make a lump sum within 14 days and had a garnishment order. Doesn't the judge have to adobt the decision as an order before it is enforceable? I want to object to the decision. My attorney is on vacation so I would like to have some feedback so I know what I need to do. I did contact CSEA and they said it was just a magistrates order and not worth the paper it was printed on but yet they sent my employer the garnishment paperwork.
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