Locate Bank Accounts for Judgment Recovery $250
Locating the Bank
The easiest assets to attach are bank accounts. If bank accounts are located,
the court will enforce the provisions of your judgment.
There are many important legal tools that can be utilized to retrieve assets
once they have been identified. This section details the more important lawful
• Writ of Execution - This is a common judicial order that directs the
enforcement of a judgment. The writ instructs the sheriff or constable to seize
the debtor's non-exempt property for sale at auction. The proceeds are directed
to the creditor.
• Turnover Order - This remedy is generally applied when there is no other means
that can satisfy the judgment. This orders a debtor to turn all non-exempt
property over to the judgment holder. This remedy permits the holder of a
judgment to cast a wide net to draw in all available assets when the debtor's
property cannot easily be attached or seized by the ordinary legal process. It
is not necessary for the holder of a judgment to first exercise all other
remedies before seeking such an order.
• Bank Levy – This order enables judgment holder to attach debtor's bank