No. Debts made before marriage do not carry over into the marriage and become the responsibility of a new spouse, this includes community property states. However, the creditor can request the court to "freeze" the account of the non debtor spouse to determine if the account holds any funds that actually belong to the debtor spouse. All Social Security benefits, RRB, government pensions, all disability benefits, most private pensions, public assistance and child support (not spousal maintenance) are exempt from a judgment creditor.
If the debt is on a shared account, then yes, the wife's pay can be garnished even if the husband was the one who ran the debt up.
A garnished account is an account that has been levied. Many accounts are garnished as a result of past due taxes or child support.
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.
Generally they can't garnish your account for a debt in your husbands name only unless he also uses your account - as in a joint account or his pay is deposited in the account.
yes a bank account can be garnished if the name is different
if you account is being garnished you would have an order from the court in your area.. Unless it Federal
in the state of Georgia, can a spouse wages be garnished if they are no longer together and is not on the account?
Whether your money can be garnished depends on the type of business you have. If you have a corporation, your personal liabilities are separate from your business liabilities, which means your corporation's bank account will not be garnished.
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Yea. But I think if you have another persions name on it a co owner, they can't bother it. Yes, your bank account can be garnished if you owe child support.
No, however if you hold any joint assets, before or after marriage, such as a home, car or bank account they can be garnished or levied by the creditor regardless of who else is named on the asset.
A home cannot be garnished. Your wages or bank account could be garnished. Your home would be liened. Whether or not a lien can be placed depends on who is seeking funds from you and why.
Depends on the laws in your state.
If they get a judgement, yes
No Texas does not allow wages to be garnished, however the person or company can get a judgment against you and take the money from your bank account.
Whether you're married or not a joint bank account can be garnished in MA. Garnishments are ordered on the individual's financial accounts and essentially can apply to any form of bank account they own.Ê
It depends on who the garnisment order is against and how it is written. A joint account where only one person is the debtor can be garnished under certain circumstances. The difficulty in figuring out your situation, is not knowing where you reside. Each state legislates its own laws for garnishment of wages and bank accounts. If you live in a community property state, such as CA. and have a joint marital bank account, it can be garnished.
If there is a garnishment that has been filed with the court, it is legal to have wages garnished up to 25% of the net amount. A savings account can also be attached but again, needs to go through a court of law.
Yes, once the funds are deposited as cash to a bank account, the account can then be levied to satisfy a judgement.
Yes, as both account holders both own all of the assets deposited within the account, and regardless of who deposited what.