What can a employer do? An employee tells him that he will quit his job to avoid wage garnishment, only if this is the only way he creditors cannot take a dime from him. The employee says that he will only return to work, if his employer does not comply with the wage garnishment. The person will move to Saudi Arabia where he is a citizen, in order to prevent wage wage garnishment, only if necessary.
The employer just needs to answer the writ honestly to avoid controversion of the judgment. Controversion is where the court makes the employer liable for the judgment if they fail to hold wages.
The employer can't do anything, but withhold the wages as directed by the court in the writ of garnishment. The employee is free to quit and move, unless there is an employment contract.
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