September 10, 2015
Texas Garnishment Bond And Wage Attachment Restrictions

Garnishing wages in the state of Texas can be more difficult than in other areas of the country. While every state must abide by Federal Law, Texas is one of the few states where the garnishment restrictions are even tougher at the state level. Before garnishing a person’s wages it is important to know what […]

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July 29, 2015
What To Know About A Garnishment Bond In California

To collect on a debt a debtor’s wages can be garnished in the state of California. This can happen in a range of cases including past due utility bills to civil suits over broken contracts. It is common for landlords to garnish a tenant’s accounts to collect back rent. The courts are accepting of the […]

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June 10, 2015
Types of Surety Bonds

As an attorney, it is necessary to look at the case from all angles. That includes what will happen in the event of a victory and in the chance of defeat. Part of this preparation means reviewing which Types of Surety Bonds may be required on the behalf of the client. Now this, of course, […]

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March 21, 2012
How to get an Attachment Bond in California​

A Attachment Bond in California​ is required for plaintiff’s seeking to attachment personal property before a judgment is made. The surety bond covers damages and the full cost of the attachment to protect the defendant from a financial loss. Requirements for bonding vary by California district; meaning Los Angeles may impose a higher bond amount […]

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February 28, 2012
Illinois Garnishment Bond

One lesson post graduates learn is that if you do not pay your student loans, your wages will be garnished. The health of the economy is secondary, loan payments must be made as scheduled to avoid default. Loan providers can garnish wages, assets, or bank accounts while the matter is settled. Because of the strain […]

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February 17, 2012
Garnishment Bond in Florida

Garnishment Bond in Florida are required by courts before a person’s wages, assets, or bank accounts are garnished to cover a past debt. This action may be from a proprietor attempting to collect past debt or from a judgment holder perfecting their judgment. Garnishing a person’s wages is a serious transaction and Florida courts do […]

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