STOP Garnishment and Protect Your Paycheck

If your paycheck has been garnished in Minnesota and you received any assistance from the government within the past (6) six months you’re EXEMPT from wage garnishment but you need to act immediately to claim the exemption:

  • MNSure Health Insurance
  • Free or Reduced School Lunch
  • MFIP/Welfare
  • EBT
  • Medical Assistance
  • Cash Assistance
  • Social Security
  • Social Security Disability
  • VA Medical Services
  • Any other form of financial benefit or help from the state/federal government based upon need

You should immediately make a claim to be exempted from paycheck garnishment. Click here for the Minnesota Garnishment Exemption Claim Form and Instructions on how to complete it.  It explains exactly what makes your wages/earnings exempt from garnishment or bank levy.  Super helpful! —

Garnishment Exemption Claim Form

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