Q: I.ve been erroneously garnished by the tax dept I am looking for the best course of action after....
They think I am running a business that has been defunct for 9 years. I produced evidence that this was not the case and proof I made them aware of this years ago. I sent this to the tax office, Attorney General and the courts. They were dragging their feet so I contacted Ohio Senate and got them to call on my behalf. I have been told, by the tax office the error has been corrected and the attorney general will be notified. But no one has given me back my money nor removed these judgements leans and garnishments. I have been told I can file a motion to have the judgement vacated since I was not notified, I could file a declaratory lawsuit against the tax dept to have the judgement removed, and sue because Ohio has a statue of 6 years and no one should have tried to garnish me for something this old. I was told to contact Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation, Legal aid or Oh State Bar Asso and request referral for a promo bono or flat fee or commission attorney. What does Justia sug
Keep om writing to the authorities not less often then every three weeks. Explain everything, in detail. Do not give up. Eventually you will indeed get their attention and they will respond in a correct positive manner. Don't give up!
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