Wage Garnishment vs. Bank Garnishment

Business Debt Collection Law Firm Columbus, OH

Garnishments are used after judgment to collect on the judgment. There are two main types: Wage and Other than Wage (often called Bank) garnishment. Wage garnishments are served on the debtor’s employer and a percentage of the wage is withheld and sent to the Court (and ultimately the creditor). Other Than Wage garnishments are typically applied to bank accounts where the bank is served and the available portion is withheld and sent to the Court (and ultimately the creditor). Attorney Harrison explains more in the video below.

At Allison L. Harrison Law, LLC, part of our practice is collections. As a business debt collection law firm, we help businesses that have judgments, collect on them. We also help businesses with accounts receivable obtain judgments and ultimately collect on those. Garnishments are the tool after you’ve gotten a judgment to help get that money in the door. Whether you use a wage garnishment, or a bank garnishment, both are very useful tools to recover on a judgment you’ve obtained.

If you have questions for a business debt collection law firm, or your business requires assistance in implementing a garnishment, please contact the professionals at Allison L. Harrison Law, LLC by phone, (614) 440-1395 or via email at aharrison@alharrisonlaw.com to schedule a consultation with your experienced business debt collection law firm in Columbus today.

Please note that the information contained in this article is intended for general informational purposes only and not as specific legal advice. The facts of your situation may differ from this general information. It is not intended to and does not in any way establish an attorney-client relationship. Persons and businesses do not become clients unless and until Allison L. Harrison Law, LLC agrees to act for them and that agreement is confirmed in a retainer agreement or other writing.

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