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What is a Wage Attachment?
A wage attachment, formally titled as a Wage Execution, is the process of deducting money from wages to pay a judgment. Also called a garnishment, a wage attachment can only be made by a court order. CTLawHelp.org offers a more detailed explanation of “Wage Attachments”, on its website.
SOURCES: CTLawHelp.org – Wage Attachments article
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