Bank Levy Process Service – Bank Levy Process Server
A bank account levy is a method for judgment creditors to recover money owed for a debt. The judgment holder will file a writ of judgment with the court where the judgment was entered against the debtor as a bank account levy in order to give permission to have someone take debtor’s assets.
The writ for levy will then be served on the debtor’s account where the account is held. Timing is key in a situation like this where it is important that the accounts are frozen before the debtor can put them somewhere else.
Some banks in California make it harder to enforce judgments by making you serve a specific branch. Our expert California process servers will get these documents served quickly and on time to ensure that the accounts you need to collect debts on are not tampered with.
The following is a list of our most commonly requested legal documents to be served in relation to bank levies:
- Writ of judgment
- Memorandum of Costs
- Claim of Exemption
- Notice of Levy
PremierLegalSupportService.com employs expert California process servers who are familiar with local, state and national laws for small claims courts. They will ensure that your papers are served quickly and legally within the time constraints so that you may go forward with the legal action that you are trying to pursue.
By using a California legal process service or server with Premier Legal Support Service, the judicial system can make a faster decision because they have all of the information they need right at hand.
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