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Oh. Rev. Code Sec. 2716.01
Wages and other property, including bank accounts, may be garnished. However, the 25% limit on garnishment of personal earnings continues even when the money is deposited into a personal checking account. The amount that can be garnished must be determined at the garnishment hearing. The bank has no later responsibility to sort out how much to send to creditors.
Oh. Rev. Code Sec. 2716.041
Stacking of garnishments. Note that tax levies and child and spousal support are higher priority than other judgments for money. The total amount garnished cannot be more than 25% of the employee's monthly disposable earnings.
Oh. Rev. Code Sec. 2329.66
Exemptions from garnishment, including, but not limited to, worker’s compensation, unemployment compensation, disability payments, OWF payments, or child support or spousal support, and most pensions.
Oh. Rev. Code 2716.05
No employer shall discharge an employee solely because of the successful garnishment of the employee's personal earnings by only one judgment creditor in any twelve-month period
Oh. Rev. Code Sec. 3121.39
Employer cannot fire you for having a wage garnishment for child or spousal support.
Oh. Rev. Code Sec. 2329.70
Application for appointment of trustee.