When do I get my money from the garnishment?
The garnishee has 14 days after the Writ is served to let you, the court, and the defendant know if any money is available for garnishment. This information will be provided on form MC 14, Garnishee Disclosure. If you are trying to garnish wages, you will only receive part of the wages based on a federal formula.
If money is available, it will be withheld from the defendant right away. However, this money will be held for 28 days to allow the defendant time for objections. If there are no objections, the withheld money will be automatically sent to you after 28 days. If the garnishment is for periodic payment, money will continue to be sent to you as payments become due to the defendant until the writ expires.

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1. How Much Can I Collect?
2. How Can I Collect My Money?
3. What Is Execution?
4. What Is Garnishment?
5. When do I get my money from the garnishment?
6. What Else Can I Do?