Motion for Summary Judgment

PART IV: GARNISHMENT

After you have taken the debtor’s exam, you will have learned where the judgment debtor works and will have likely obtained information about salary, benefits, etc. You can then proceed to garnish their wages.

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Part I – Motions For Summary Judgment (Article)

Part II – Recording a Motion for Summary Judgment

Part III – Collecting on a Judgment

Your attorney will issue a garnishment on the employer, who will be required to answer and provide information concerning the wages paid and other amounts owed to the judgment debtor. Once this information is obtained, your attorney will be able to walk through the process to obtain money from the employer. This will include a calculation based on the amount of the wages paid, as well as other factors to determine what portion of the wages will be paid to you.

Michael L. Kitchen
mlkitchen@mclawfirm.com
480-994-2000