Once A Judgment Is Obtained, How Can It Be Collected?

Depending on the debtor’s resources and applicable law, the following options are available: wage garnishment, non­exempt asset seizure and/or execution against third parties who hold property of the debtor. Confused? You should be. Except perhaps for garnishment of wages, these are concepts that are unfamiliar to most people.

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