X defaulted 6 mos. into a 7 yr. contract. He closed 1 business and kept the other. He filed for ch.13 but it was dismissed. I garnished 1 bank account and now I want to garnish his wages. My attorneys fees were
more that the bank account. Can I do wage garnishment on my own?
See local counsel but once you have a judgment, you can do a writ to enforce the judgment on the person's assets. You can garnish wages by this writ as well as a judgment creditor of your ex. The ex should have paid the first time and if you need to, usually there is a provision that attorney's fees are added to judgments to collect.
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