Florida garnishment laws do not require a garnishor to notify you of the garnishment until after the garnishee (your employer, your bank) has notice and takes action.  However, garnishors must comply strictly with the notice statutes.  Additionally, if you qualify for an exemption, you may qualify to have the writ dissolved.  Garnishors can re-apply for a writ of garnishment as many times as necessary to collect the judgment, so long as the judgment remains unsatisfied and collectible.  Our firm assists in the prevention and dissolution of garnishments.

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The Law Office of Heather A. Harwell, P.A. handles Consumer Bankruptcy, Debt Defense, Garnishment Defense, Credit Reporting Issues, Lawsuits against Creditors & Debt Collectors violating Fair Debt Collection Law violations, and Appeals regarding Debt, Credit and Violations issues in the U.S.M.D. of Florida, Hillsborough County, Hernando County, Pasco County, Wesley Chapel, Zephyrhills, Spring Hill, San Antonio, Trinity, North Tampa, New Port Richey,  Lutz, Land O Lakes and surrounding areas.  EVERY CASE IS DIFFERENT.  The information provided in this website is meant for general informational purposes only and should NOT be construed as formal or comprehensive legal advice.  Visiting this website and/or referring to its content does not create an attorney-client relationship.  
Principal Office:  27446  Cashford Circle, Ste. 101, Wesley Chapel, Florida  33544