i have ajudgement against me in a law suit,can the seixe my bank account,even if the only money in it is my direct deposit paycheck
1 Answer from Attorneys
Creditors with a valid money judgment usually can enforce the money judgment against whatever assets you may have, including money you may have in a bank account through direct deposit. If your financial obligations are greater than you ability to meet such obligations, it may be in your best interest to talk with a bankruptcy attorney. Depending on your overall circumstances, you may be able to liquidate a significant amount of the debt you may be carrying and you may also be able to resolve any judgments against you through bankruptcy.
Best of Luck!
William J. Lasko
Attorney at Law
482 Summer Street, 2nd fl
Stamford, Conn 06901
Tel 203 329-6602
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