Is tribal income except from garnishment in WI after a creditor has received a judgment in county court? If not, then how does that work, do they take a percentage of the income or would they hold everything until the judgment is settled.
2nd question. If there was a judgment against someone and because of not being in the state and not receiving paperwork, a financial disclosure statement was not filled out, is it too late to fill one out a year after the judgment, or must it be done in 15 days or whatever the time limit is. Also, how to tell if a warrant was issued for not filing a financial disclosure statement in WI. Is there a website that someone can go to check stuff like that?
Finally, will filling out a chapter 128 Wisconsin void the need to fill out a financial disclosure statement, and does a chapter 128 stop garnishments (like earned income or tribal unearned income).
Thanks in advance
I'm not good with WI law, but I saw this question went unanswered for 2 days. Usually you can get an answer in an hour. Maybe you should break this up into a few smaller questions. Generally though, when a judgment is entered, you have to live with the terms. You can always file a motion to vacate the judgment but would have to successfully show that what was done was improper. Many courts have websites but you often have to go to the court to get a look at the file for your case.
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