Garnishment can often be the best way to collect on a money judgment. Pursuant to Florida Statute § 77.01, a judgment creditor has a right to a writ of garnishment on any debt due to the judgment debtor by a third person, and any tangible or intangible personal property in the possession or control of a third person or any debt not evidenced by a negotiable instrument that will become due absolutely through the passage of time only to the defendant by a third person, and any tangible or intangible personal property of defendant in the possession or control of a third person.
The Lieberman Law Firm has developed a unique strategy to discover a debtor’s assets. Once the assets are discovered, The Lieberman Law Firm will act quick to effectively garnish the debtor’s assets. If any difficulties arise during the process, we will handle them. The Lieberman Law Firm’s garnishment tactics generate positive results for our clients.