Legal Advice for Garnishment — 97 results
Written by attorney Jeffrey L Smoot, almost 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Issuance of a Writ of Garnishment Once you have a judgment, and after the applicable stay of execution has passed (10 days in superior court, 30 days in district court), you can start the... more
Written by attorney Patricia Williams, over 1 year ago.
If your wages or bank account are being garnished, you probably have a financial emergency. Can you keep up with all your other bills if 25% is deducted from every paycheck? After reading... more
Written by attorney Anthony Pietrafesa, 4 months ago.
A wage garnishment – also known as an income execution in New York- is a potent debt recovery method available to any judgment creditor if you have a job. And it can happen without you... more
Written by attorney Gregory Atwood, 10 months ago.
Atwood McVay can help if your wages are being garnished due to a judgement.
In Tennessee, upon obtaining a judgment, a creditor can garnish your wages, seize your bank... more
Written by attorney J. Williams, over 1 year ago.
(Note: The garnishment laws in other states can be very different.)
IF YOUR WAGES OR BANK ACCOUNT ARE BEING GARNISHED, YOU PROBABLY HAVE A FINANCIAL EMERGENCY. CAN YOU KEEP UP WITH ALL... more
Written by attorney Jesse Langel, almost 2 years ago.
What if my income is being garnished due to a New York judgment but I dont live there? Can I vacate the judgment? Are the debt collectors liable for this?
What happens if you live outside... more
Written by attorney Young Walgenkim, over 1 year ago.
Many people get their bank accounts and paychecks garnished without knowing why. Whether there is a legitimate reason or not, you need to know why you are being garnished and what your... more
Written by attorney Hans Wahl, about 1 year ago.
This bLAWg is Part V 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 Kelly Karstaedt, over 1 year ago.
By: Kelly A. Karstaedt, Esq.
Isnt tax season a wonderful time for creditors seeking to collect on a judgment? A time when all that money flowing from the federal government to debtors... more
Written by attorney John Fazzio, almost 2 years ago.
Describes the Circumstances Where the IRS Will Release a Levy
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