Legal Advice for Account Levy — 6 results
Written by attorney Michael Satterwhite, 7 months ago.
An Execution is an order from the court authorizing our office to utilize the Sheriff in causing payment to be made on the Judgment in the amount of the “Execution Total”, which includes... more
Written by attorney Hans Wahl, about 1 year ago.
By: Hans C. Wahl, Esquire
This bLAWg is Part VIII in a series of bLAWgs designed to provide business owners with a high-level overview of the legal process for collecting on past-due... more
Written by attorney Hans Wahl, 12 months ago.
This bLAWg is Part X in a series of bLAWgs designed to provide business owners with a high-level overview of the legal process for collecting on past-due accounts receivables. Specifically,... more
Written by attorney Robert Snellings, 8 months ago.
An important part of loan collection is seeking and enforcing judgments. An attorney can help you obtain a writ of execution, which is a court order to enforce judgments for paying debt.... more
Written by attorney Linda Yin Liang, almost 2 years ago.
Are you at the end of the rope when your judgement debtor refuses to pay up? The answer is no. There are a few things you can do, such as garnish the persons wage, placing a lien on the... more
Written by attorney Kelly Resnick, almost 2 years ago.
One collection method creditors (most commonly, the IRS) use to satisfy the debt you owe them is to levy your bank account. But, what is a bank levy exactly? A bank levy happens when a... more
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