Can a joint bank account in Florida be levied by New Jersey law if only one person is levied upon?
Not if it is a marital account held as Tenancy By The Entirety.
Can a joint bank account from an unmarried couple in Florida be levied by New Jersey law if only one person is levied upon?
Yes it can, but only for half of the balance in the account unless you can prove that all the money in the account belongs to the other party. You will need complete documentation and a court hearing to accomplish this. Also, because Florida is a "debtor" state the rules regarding bank executions, wage garnishments and property executions lean heavily to the debtors interests. Disposable income becomes extremely important to you as a debtor and… Read More
No, a minors bank account can not be garnished, if they are the only person on the account. If this is a joint account and the non-minor is subject to a judgment then it can be levied or garnished.
Not where the person physically died, but in the state in which the decedent was domiciled at his/her death. Example: Decedent was domiciled in New Jersey but died at his summer residence in Florida. The original probate should be in New Jersey. If that residence has to be sold by a duly appointed executor in Florida, ancillary probate is issued. This entails getting a certified or authenticated copy of the will that was probated in… Read More
Estate taxes are levied on the entire estate of a person.
If a person dies without a will in New Jersey does his home get divided between the state and his child?
No, the state does not get a share of the property, other than any state levied Estate Tax.
Can a joint bank account be levied by a judgment creditor when only one account holder is the debtor?
Yes. Usually when a joint account is garnished by a judgment order and only one person on the account is the debtor, the court will 'freeze' the account and the non debtor account holder will need to submit proof of the amount of funds in the account that belongs to them. An exception could be,if the account is held by a married couple as Tenancy By The Entirety and only one spouse is the debtor.
Estate tax is levied when a person dies
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Yes. A judgment creditor can levy a joint account and request the bank freeze account funds until a decision is made on the percentage of ownership each account holder is entitled to. Joint marital accounts are sometimes viewed differently if they are allowed to be held as Tenancy By The Entirety and the original account application/signature card specifically states those terms.
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When a judgment has been made against a person will this affect checking or savings accounts in Michigan?
A writ of judgment can be used to levy a checking or savings account that belongs to the debtor. Joint accounts can be partially protected but the other account holder must file the proper documents with the court where the judgment was granted. The bank has no obligation to notify the account holder(s) that the account has been levied. The account holder(s) should remove funds and close the account if at all possible. This can… Read More
In most states, creditors can garnish any account joint or not as long as the person they are trying to collect from is on that account. Sorry. The non debtor account holder should supply proof of the amount of funds held in the account that belongs to them. The court will then decide which funds are subject to levy. An exception to the levy of joint accounts is if the account is held by a… Read More
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You may be fined by the bank for writing a check on a non-existent account. Plus, the person to whom you gave the check can sue you for the money and for which you can be arrested and jailed. Writing a check on a closed account is illegal and you can be jailed for the same.
If you reside in a CP state all debts incurred during the marriage are considered joint regardless of which spouse is the account holder. If the debts were made by the debtor spouse before the marriage the 'innocent' spouse is not responsible for the debt(s). However, the joint marital bank account can be levied and/or liens placed against real property to the extent of the ownership of such by the debtor spouse. In non-community property… Read More
Can a father who was not married to mother of his child have his 401K taken out for arrears in California?
Maybe, but it is more likely that the person will have his wages garnished or bank account levied until the arrearages are paid. The issue of whether or not the father was married to the mother of the minor child is not relevant when it relates to child support obligations.
In most cases it can, often the person who is not named in the judgment levy is responsible for proving to the court the percentage of funds in the account belonging to them before those funds can be released. The exception might be in states where an account is held as Tenancy By The Entirety, an option that is only available to married couples. If such is the case and the judgment names only one… Read More
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The difference between person fund and account fund is that a person fund is transferred to the recipient in person, while the account fund is transferred to the account of the recipient.
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The person authorized to write checks on an account is called the account holder or account operating customer. He/she is the only person authorized to write checks on that account. Nobody else can do so. (In case of a joint account, all holders of the account can write checks)
If you opened a credit card account in Florida and then moved to Colorado which statute of limitations would apply?
It will usually be the state where the person lived when the contract was made, in this case it would be Florida. However, the Florida SOL would have been restarted from the time the person moved to Colorado. Your credit card agreement will specify which laws will apply to the contract. It might not be Florida or Colorado! It could be New Jersey or some other state. * The Colorado SOL would apply and begin… Read More
It depends on what type of judgment is in place. If the person is the sole debtor but there is still jointly owned property, the plaintiff can place a lien against the defendant's share. Or use the judgment as a wage garnishment or bank account levy. In some states joint accounts can be levied against. If that happens, the funds are frozen and the non-debtor must submit proof to the court what portion of the… Read More
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If a judgment has been rendered against you but it was under a different last name than what is on your bank account can they still garnish your bank account?
Maybe, d/b/a/ accounts are generally subject to a judgment levy if all other information is correct, such as SSN, an address, and so forth. The bigger question may be why is the name different? If is due to a marriage or name change then the judgment is valid and the bank account can more than likely be levied. If it is an error by the plaintiff, meaning they named the wrong person in the suit… Read More
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The other person will get all the money and will have to 'look after' the account. In technical terms it becomes a single person held/operated checking account
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No. Actually, it depends on how the account is titled. If it is a Joint OR account, than yes, one person or the other can close it without the other. If it is a Joint AND account than both need to be present to close the account.
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Business deposit slips are used for the person who is depositing money into an account. The person writes down how much money they are depositing into a certain account, the account number, and the name on the account. The deposit slip just shows the person that the money was deposited in the account and it provides a form of a paper trail in case the person needed it.
Do I as a joint person on a checking account have the right to the check book One of the owners of this account has another person with power of attorney handling the account?
Yes. As a joint owner of the account you have as much right to the account as the other joint owner.
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No. They can only go after the assets of the person that is being sued. If you have a joint account with that person that is part of the other person's assets. Any account that is just in your name is safe as you are not the person being sued.
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If you are living with your ex-husband and added him to your checking account and he has a judgment against him can your checking account be frozen without notice?
If a writ of judgment has been granted it is a fairly simple process to execute it against nonexempt property belonging to the defendant. Generally when a bank account is levied the parties involved receive one business day notice. This however is not required in many states, so indeed the account can be seized w/o notification. Not all states allow joint accounts to be attached, therefore the persons involved should consult the state laws governing… Read More
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If someone files for bankruptcy and another person is linked to one of their credit cards will it affect that other persons credit?
Not really, if Person B is just a person who received an additional card with access to that account. Person A is the person's whose credit is on the line for the account. Person B is in no way liable for the account because Person B is not part of the credit card agreement. The bankruptcy will not affect person B. Now the reason I say "not really" is because that account will be closed… Read More
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