Q: Ex husband moved to Phillipines to avoid paying alimony
He was facing jail time for a dui charge as well so he ran. He and his boss have ignored NEW Jersey Probation for a year now as well to avoid paying his alimony. Can his boss be held accountable for willfully ignoring the order for wage garnishment?
A: To get anything accomplished, you will need to retain an attorney licensed in the Philippines. I do not know, but I suspect that nothing will happen to him. Good luck.
A: I presume that your former spouse's employment was / is in New Jersey and that your former husband still works for the company remotely. Presuming I am correct, then an order served upon the employer in New Jersey for garnishment is valid and must be honored. If the employer refuses to honor it, then you need to hire a lawyer and take legal action against the employer. This is not the type of application I would recommend be handled by you with a general practitioner or on your own. If you schedule a consultation with a family law specialist, make sure you bring with you specific proof that your ex still works for the company and that he is working remotely (and that the company has a NJ office location).
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