Kim’s practice focuses on bankruptcy, personal injury, civil rights and business matters. Kim has been an attorney for almost 30 years, serving the citizens of Maryland and District of Columbia.
University of Baltimore School of Law
J.D. (1993) | Law
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
B.S. (1987) | Criminal Justice
Honors: Cum Laude
The Law Office of Kim Parker, P.A.
Kim’s practice focuses on counseling the firm’s clients regarding bankruptcy, personal injury and business matters. Prior to joining the Law Office of Kim Parker, P.A., Kim was a Trial Attorney with the Law Offices of Norris C. Ramsey, P.A., where she litigated various matters in the Circuit and District Courts of Maryland.
The Law Office of Norris Ramsey P.A.
Trial Attorney specializing in Constitutional law, Civil Rights, Personal Injury, Defense, Family Law and General Litigation.
A: In Maryland, the Creditor that is garnishing you must provide Judgment Creditor’s Monthly Report to both you and your employer within 15 days after the end of any month in which payments are received. If they are not providing same to you, a Motion can be filed for sanctions. This report will show you your balance, how your payments were applied, and how much interest is left. It is a mandatory form.
A: I am unclear who is suing you, however, if you have homeowners' insurance, depending on the circumstances, you should reach out to them directly. Otherwise, you should hire a Maryland attorney immediately to defend against the action. You may also have certain exemptions to protect your retirement from garnishment.
A: In Baltimore City, tenants have what's called the first right of refusal, meaning, your landlord must offer to sell the home to your first prior to listing the property for sale. Otherwise, the 60-day notice is appropriate and lawful in Maryland.