What is a Continuing Garnishment?
A continuing garnishment is filed against employers only, and is used to attach wages. A continuing garnishment lasts for 179 days, with an additional 15 days for the court to receive the last check. The case closes on the 195th day after the garnishee was served.

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1. What is a Continuing Garnishment?
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