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Can proceeds from stock options be garnished to pay a creditor, an ex-spouse, or a tax authority? This is premium content

"Garnishment" is a legal process in which a debtor pays an obligation with property and/or goods that are owed to or belong to the debtor but are in the hands of a third party. Whether this remedy applies to stock options depends...
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