Notice To Recipients Of Aid To Families With Dependent Children
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Notice To Recipients Of Aid To Families With Dependent Children Form. This is a Hawaii form and can be use in 3rd Circuit - Hawaii Local County.
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NOTICE TO RECIPIENTS OF AID TO FAMILIES
WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN [AFDC]; NOTICE
OF FUNDS EXEMPT FROM GARNISHMENT UNDER LAW
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD CIRCUIT
STATE OF HAWAI‘I
Reserved for Court Use
Filing Party(ies)/Filing Party(ies)' Attorney (Name, Attorney
Number, Firm Name (if applicable), Address, Telephone and
NOTICE TO RECIPIENTS OF AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN [AFDC]
A judgment has been entered against you which says that you owe $
Because of that judgment, this Court has ordered
to pay money from your checking/savings account(s) to Judgment Creditor(s). But, if any money in this account(s) are payments from the Welfare
Department under the Aid to Families with Dependent Children [AFDC] Program, you can have this Order cancelled or changed. Your creditors
cannot take any money you received under the AFDC Program.
If the money in your checking/savings account(s) with Garnishee named above was received by you under the AFDC Program, contact
the Legal Aid Society of Hawai‘i immediately. The Legal Aid Society will help you to keep your AFDC money and will arrange for a court
hearing to give you a chance to tell the Judge that you received the money under the AFDC Program.
Contact the nearest Legal Aid Society office listed in your local telephone book or call the Legal Aid Society, Hilo Office for
NOTICE OF FUNDS EXEMPT FROM GARNISHMENT UNDER LAW
Your creditors cannot garnish funds you receive as unemployment or workers' compensation benefits or social security payments or pension
and retirement plans. If the money in your checking/savings account(s) with Garnishee named above is from any of these sources, you can stop
garnishment of the funds in your account(s). You should contact your own attorney to advise and/or represent you or you can contact Judgment
Creditor(s) to find out when this matter is set for a court hearing so that you can appear at that hearing to explain to the Judge that some or all
of the funds in your checking/savings account(s) are exempt from garnishment.
Signature of Filing Party(ies)/Filing Party(ies)' Attorney:
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act if you require an accommodation for your disability, please contact the
ADA Coordinator at PHONE NO. 934-5788, FAX 935-1959, OR TTY 961-7525 at least ten (10) working days in advance
of your hearing or appointment date.
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