Enforcing a Judgment Through Garnishment

Florida’s garnishment law contains detailed procedural requirements and specific deadlines within which a creditor, debtor and garnishee must file and serve specific pleadings and other documents. A judgment creditor must be aware and alert to these procedures in order to ensure that the creditor does not lose substantive rights, and in order to take prompt advantage of inaction by the debtor and/or garnishee.


Related Articles

Leaning In: Is there a Gender Gap on Community Association Boards?

I just finished reading Sheryl Sandberg’s book, Lean In, about women, work and the leadership gap that still exists. For

Are Condominium Unit Owners Required to Carry Insurance? (FL)

In 2009, there was an explicit provision in the Condominium Act that required unit owners to carry insurance, but that

Court Decision Clarifies HOA Developer Reserve Funding Obligations (FL)

Last month, Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeals issued yet another opinion in Mackenzie v. Centex Homes, by Centex Real