Legal Question in Credit and Debt Law in Nebraska

garnishment issued through a bank

My bank is garnishing funds through a court order drawn by a law firm. How are they determining the amounts and frequencies without notifying my employeer?

Asked on 2/25/09, 12:53 pm

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Re: garnishment issued through a bank

A bank account garnishment is different than a paycheck garnishment; your employer doesn't have anything to do with the amount or frequency of a bank account garnishment, only a paycheck. Your bank has received an execution from the plaintiff's attorney asking what amount of property (money) of yours it's holding, and demanding that it be turned over until the judgment is satisfied. I would stop using this bank account.

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Answered on 2/25/09, 12:56 pm

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