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Bank Levies Process Server

Creditors can file for an official Writ of Judgment with their local court if they’re owed a certain amount of money by a debtor. Once the ordinance is legally granted, then the bank may freeze the account in question and legally allow the creditor to remove whatever amount of funds that are owed to them from the debtor’s account. This process is most commonly used by the IRS; however, it can also be used by credit unions, collection agencies, and even companies that are owed a certain amount of money. In such complicated cases that require a great deal of detailed paperwork, it’s highly advisable to hire a certified bank levy process server to serve, deliver, and file the important legal documents for you.

Serving a Bank Levy

Bank levy service of process in the United States requires that the following legal documents be completed and filed within a timely manner:

  • Writ of judgment
  • Memorandum of costs
  • Claim of exemption
  • Notice of levy

All of these forms must be filled out completely and accurately in order to be considered valid in a court of law. It’s also absolutely essential that the debtor be promptly notified if their bank account is being seized for any reason and by which institution.

Our bank levy process servers can serve and deliver documents for:

  • Courts
  • Attorneys and law firms
  • Individuals located anywhere in the United States

Services we offer for bank levy cases:

Hire Professional Court Services to Serve Bank Levies on Your Behalf

The esteemed and thorough bank levies process servers at Professional Court Services are always prepared to perform their due diligence regarding every single legal matter they encounter. We don’t leave any stones unturned and always make sure that every last detail of your case is handled with the utmost level of precision to avoid any court delays. Contact us today for more information.

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