In Ohio, personal property of the judgment debtor that isn’t considered crucial to normal survival can be seized. Bank accounts held by the judgment debtor can usually be seized as well as a portion of the judgment debtor’s wages. Liens or levies can be placed upon any funds that are discovered that will be coming to the judgment debtor in the future.
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