Yes. Same way, except if they're retired, the garnishment order for income goes to OPM offices in Boyers, Pennsylvania. You can garnish retirement income with a court order for child support, spousal support, and you can garnish a thrift savings plan.
Carolyn Grimes is a family lawyer at the law firm of Wade Grimes Friedman Sutter & Leischner PLLC in Alexandria, Virginia. To learn more about Grimes and her firm, visit www.oldtownlawyers.com.Back To Top
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