Legal Advice for “Garnishment” — 54 results
Written by attorney Jeffrey L Smoot, over 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, about 2 years 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 Seth Rosenberg, over 3 years ago.
At Smith Rosenberg we often represent small businesses
attempting to collect debts or debtors attempting to defend against debts. Often people come to us with... more
Written by attorney Ryan Moran, 3 months ago.
This legal guide provides a brief overview of the garnishment process in Michigan. Many Michiganders endure wage garnishments, garnishment of bank accounts, or garnishment of state income... more
Written by attorney J. Williams, about 2 years 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, over 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 John Gerth Merna, over 3 years ago.
If you received a garnishment summons then a judgment has already been entered and will appear on your credit. In Virginia, the court date on the garnishment summons is generally referred... more
Written by attorney Leonard Komen, over 2 years ago.
BANK ACCOUNTS AND COLLECTIONSBank staff frequently are confronted by garnishments and attachments of customer accounts when the party seeking the garnishment has not completely or... more
Written by attorney Anthony Pietrafesa, 9 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 John N Skiba, about 3 years ago.
Garnishments are a pain. Maybe the only thing that pushes people into bankruptcy more quickly than garnishment is a foreclosure. In Arizona, a creditor can garnish up to 25% of each pay... more
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