Legal Question in Appeals and Writs in Arizona

I have a judgement against someone and because they live in the state of Florida, I'm told by a lawyer in FL that it is too difficult to garnish their wages but that there will forever be a lien against them until they pay in full. Is this true? Why doesn't the lawyer want to take this job and garnish wages for me?

Asked on 3/14/13, 11:54 am

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Edward Hoffman Law Offices of Edward A. Hoffman
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Your question is about the laws of Florida, not Arizona. Please re-post it under that state.

You may also want to explain how big the judgment is and how much you think the defendant earns. If the judgment is small and/or the defendant has a limited income, garnishing his wages may not yield enough money to be worth the effort.

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Answered on 3/14/13, 2:18 pm


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