Garnishment is one of the most commonly used collection remedies.
Garnishment allows the creditor to attach itself to the debtor’s wages, regardless of if the debtor has moved. Employers must disclose pay frequency and if there are garnishments or orders with higher priority that already exist against debtor’s wages. The employer may be held responsible for paying the judgment if it fails to file disclosure or make the required payment. This video reviews periodic and non-periodic garnishments, as well as writs of execution and liens.
Jason R. Canvasser
Clark Hill PLC
- Senior attorney at Clark Hill PLC in the litigation practice group
- Practice areas include general litigation, with an emphasis on commercial litigation
- Rising Star by Super Lawyers magazine, 2015-2016
- Member of the Wayne State Law Review
- J.D. degree, Wayne State University Law School; B.A. degree in political science, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- Can be contacted at 313-965-8257 or [email protected]
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