Form MJ-007 "Answer by Employer to '"order to Withhold and Deliver'"" - Maine

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STATE OF MAINE
DISTRICT COURT
Location
Docket No.
Judgment Creditor
v.
ANSWER BY EMPLOYER
TO “ORDER TO WITHHOLD
AND DELIVER”
14 M.R.S. § 3127-B
Judgment Debtor
My name is
. I am employed by
in the capacity of
.
The following constitutes a complete listing of the amounts earned by the judgment debtor and the disposition of those
amounts
per pay period:
1.
Judgment Debtor’s Gross Pay:
weekly
bi-weekly
monthly
(1)
2.
The following deductions are required by law and must be subtracted from the gross pay to calculate the judgment
debtor’s disposable earnings:
(a)
Federal Income Tax
$
(b)
Social Security (FICA)
(c)
State Income Tax
(d)
Medicare
(e)
State Employee Retirement
(f)
Withholding ordered by court/agency
Total of lines 2(a) - (f):
(2)
0
3.
Judgment Debtor’s Disposable Earnings (line (1) minus line (2))
(3)
4.
Multiply amount on line (3) by .25 and enter answer here:
(4)
5.
Enter Federal minimum wage for the time period checked in line 1
(As of 7/24/09: Weekly = $290.00; Bi-weekly = $580.00; Monthly = $1257.00)
(5)
6.
Subtract line (5) from line (3) and enter answer here:
(6)
7.
Court ordered payments (from paragraph #1 of Order to Withhold, but based on the time
period checked in line 1 above. If paragraph 1 is blank, put N/A on this line):
(7)
8.
Enter the least of the amounts of lines (4), (6) or (7):
(8)
The amount in line (8) is the maximum amount that may be withheld. From this amount, the employer is allowed to
retain $1.00 for each check issued and forwarded to the Judgment Creditor.
Pursuant to the Order to Employer to Withhold and Deliver and the calculations in this form of the disposable earnings
and the maximum amount subject to withholding, the amount see forth in line (8) is being withheld from the wages of the
judgment debtor for the time period specified in line (1) above.
I swear/affirm that the above information regarding earnings and deductions of the judgment debtor is true and complete.
Date:
Signature
Personally appeared the above-named
and made oath that the foregoing Answer is true.
Date:
Notary Public / Attorney / Clerk
MJ-007, Rev. 06/14
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STATE OF MAINE
DISTRICT COURT
Location
Docket No.
Judgment Creditor
v.
ANSWER BY EMPLOYER
TO “ORDER TO WITHHOLD
AND DELIVER”
14 M.R.S. § 3127-B
Judgment Debtor
My name is
. I am employed by
in the capacity of
.
The following constitutes a complete listing of the amounts earned by the judgment debtor and the disposition of those
amounts
per pay period:
1.
Judgment Debtor’s Gross Pay:
weekly
bi-weekly
monthly
(1)
2.
The following deductions are required by law and must be subtracted from the gross pay to calculate the judgment
debtor’s disposable earnings:
(a)
Federal Income Tax
$
(b)
Social Security (FICA)
(c)
State Income Tax
(d)
Medicare
(e)
State Employee Retirement
(f)
Withholding ordered by court/agency
Total of lines 2(a) - (f):
(2)
0
3.
Judgment Debtor’s Disposable Earnings (line (1) minus line (2))
(3)
4.
Multiply amount on line (3) by .25 and enter answer here:
(4)
5.
Enter Federal minimum wage for the time period checked in line 1
(As of 7/24/09: Weekly = $290.00; Bi-weekly = $580.00; Monthly = $1257.00)
(5)
6.
Subtract line (5) from line (3) and enter answer here:
(6)
7.
Court ordered payments (from paragraph #1 of Order to Withhold, but based on the time
period checked in line 1 above. If paragraph 1 is blank, put N/A on this line):
(7)
8.
Enter the least of the amounts of lines (4), (6) or (7):
(8)
The amount in line (8) is the maximum amount that may be withheld. From this amount, the employer is allowed to
retain $1.00 for each check issued and forwarded to the Judgment Creditor.
Pursuant to the Order to Employer to Withhold and Deliver and the calculations in this form of the disposable earnings
and the maximum amount subject to withholding, the amount see forth in line (8) is being withheld from the wages of the
judgment debtor for the time period specified in line (1) above.
I swear/affirm that the above information regarding earnings and deductions of the judgment debtor is true and complete.
Date:
Signature
Personally appeared the above-named
and made oath that the foregoing Answer is true.
Date:
Notary Public / Attorney / Clerk
MJ-007, Rev. 06/14
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