Is this legal?

by Helen

I have a garnishment that just started that I didn't know about. The reason is because they sent the legal paperwork to an old address despite having my current address and sending me things to my current address. My question is this legal and if not what recourse can I take?

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Jun 06, 2013
Is this legal?
by: Debtcollectionanswers

We recommend that you contact an attorney in your area who helps consumers resolve problems with debt collectors. The attorney will tell you if your legal rights have been violated and assuming they have been can educate you about your legal recourse.

We are not attorneys nor are we familiar with the law in MI. So, meeting with an attorney is truly your best bet.

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