How Can You Stop a Wage or Bank Account Garnishments?

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A garnishment is one method that creditors can use to collect debts owed.  Before a creditor is entitled to garnish, however, the creditor must obtain a judgment from a court declaring that the debt is owed.  Though there are some exceptions, for example a garnishment or tax levy, until a judgment has been entered, you do not need to fear a garnishment.

Upon a creditor obtaining a judgment, that creditor can apply to the court clerk for the issuance of a ...

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Not receiving your Emails?

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Keeping open communications with our clients is a priority at Gunn & Gunn.  With modern conveniences such as email, keeping in touch is easier than ever . . . most of the time.  Unfortunately, from time to time we recieve calls from our clients, telling us that they didn’t get an email we sent, or that they are “waiting for a response” to their email after an extended period of time.  This is both frustrating for clients, as well as for attorneys ...

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Oregon Implied Consent Law

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Under Oregon law, by driving a motor vehicle you have “implied” that you will consent to a search of your breath, blood, or urine if you are arrested for Driving Under the Influence. If your blood alcohol level is shown to be .08% or greater, you will be deemed to have “failed” the breath test. If you are under the age of 21, any amount of alcohol in your blood is grounds for a suspension of your license.

If ...

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