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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT

Northern District of Georgia

In Re: James Gregory Breeden ("Employee")

xxx−xx−3053
Debtor

To: B&B Processing, LLC ("Employer")

121 Ashwood Drive
Waco, GA 30182

Case No.: 13−10115−whd
Chapter: 13

ORDER TO EMPLOYER TO DEDUCT AND REMIT A PORTION OF DEBTOR'S EARNINGS

FOR THE VOLUNTARY PAYMENT OF DEBTS

This is an ORDER of the United States Bankruptcy Court, NOT a garnishment.

The above−named Debtor/Employee has voluntarily filed a petition and plan under Chapter 13 of the United States
Bankruptcy Code seeking to pay, in whole or in part, certain debts under the protection of this Court. These debts are
to be paid by the Chapter 13 Trustee ("Trustee") from the Debtor/Employee's future earnings. Public policy requires
the above−stated Employer to assist in the rehabilitation of the Debtor/Employee to avoid a Chapter 7 liquidation.
The future earnings designated to pay these debts are not used for other purposes; accordingly, it is hereby
ORDERED that:

1. The above−named Employer shall implement deductions from Debtor/Employee's earned wages as follows:
Employer shall immediately begin withholding from the wages, salary, commission, and all other earnings or income
of Debtor/Employee $ 750.00monthly and remit same promptly to Trustee no less frequently than once each
month, and shall continue deductions until ordered otherwise by this Court.

2. Employer is enjoined and restrained from discharging, terminating, suspending or discriminating against
Debtor/Employee on account of this earnings deduction order or the filing of a Chapter 13 by Debtor, for to permit
otherwise would render this order a nullity; and in the event of discharge, termination or suspension of
Debtor/Employee for any reason whatsoever, Employer is further ORDERED to notify Trustee of the discharge,
termination, suspension and the specific reason(s) therefor.

3. The Bankruptcy Code is a Federal law that preempts and suspends state garnishment and other collection actions
against Debtor/Employee. The automatic stay of 11 U.S.C. 362, together with other statutes enforcing Chapter 13
enjoin and stay the continuation of any garnishment proceeding and any other acts to proceed further with that
garnishment proceeding. Therefore, if a summons of garnishment concerning Debtor/Employee has been served on
Employer, Employer is enjoined and stayed from making any further deductions from the Debtor/Employee's
earnings on account of said garnishment, and Employer is ORDERED to remit immediately to Trustee any sums
already deducted and not yet paid over to the garnishment court.

4. This order supersedes any previous order issued with respect to the debtor's wages.

MAIL ALL REMITTANCES WITH CASE NAME AND NUMBER TO:
Adam M. Goodman
Adam M. Goodman, 13 Trustee
Suite 200
260 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30303

W. Homer Drake
United States Bankruptcy Judge

Entered on Docket: January 28, 2013

Form F64 (Revised 06/15/2004)