Garnishment

Garnishments

Garnishments have significant advantages. They are quick and the asset is very liquid. It is unnecessary to conduct a foreclosure on a bank account. The bank will simply send a check to the court or to the judgment creditor in the amount of the garnishment or any lesser amount being withheld. The garnishment process can be a little expensive and complicated, but well worth the trouble if a bank account or account receivable is identified.

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A creditor can file a garnishment on anyone that owes the judgment debtor money. Banks are just one example. A bank account is actually just a debt owed by the bank to the depositor. Similarly, a garnishment can be served on any account receivable of the debtor. There are opportunities to file garnishments on an employer that owes wages to the debtor, a tenant that owes regular rent payments, a promissory note payer or anyone that has a contract with the judgment debtor. In the construction industry, this means general contractors or owners on other projects at which the judgment debtor supplied labor and materials.

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