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Asked on: 6/18/13, 8:19 pm

How do I go about filing a third party claim on a judgment where I am the debtor. The collection agency levied my account which had my daughters,she's a minor, SSI payment in it and also took monies from a check that she just received as a graduation gift from her brother to help with her school tuition and books? I am aware of the form ej-160 for the exemption but the account has her money for ssi and the money for her graduation which I still have a copy of the check.

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Answered on: 6/18/13, 9:29 pm by Timothy McCormick

You don't. The judgment debtor has no standing to file a third party claim.


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Answered on: 6/18/13, 10:26 pm by John Laurie

You cant but your daughter may be able to through a guardian ad litem but this must be done asap.

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