When will I receive any wages/funds that were garnished?

Garnishments expire 120 days after issued by the clerk of court. Once expired, any funds received will be sent to the clerk of court in the appropriate county. Allow us time to process our paperwork and to issue a check to the courts. (See Question 10 to receive funds)

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1. What does the Civil Division do?
2. What are the fees for paperwork to be served?
3. What is the “Directions to the Sheriff” form that is needed for Civil Papers?
4. Do you use the entire amount requested for prepayment?
5. How many times do you try to serve paperwork?
6. How do I know when my paperwork has been served?
7. What is a garnishment?
8. What paperwork is needed for a garnishment?
9. What is the “Directions to the Sheriff” form that is needed for a garnishment?
10. What information is needed for a WAGE garnishment?
11. How do I determine which county serves a WAGE garnishment?
12. What information is needed for a BANK garnishment?
13. How do I determine which county serves a BANK garnishment?
14. When will I receive any wages/funds that were garnished?
15. How do I receive the garnished wages/funds from the clerk of court?
16. How much money can be garnished from a paycheck or bank account?
17. I am the plaintiff, how do I know if any money will be collected?
18. I am the defendant whose wage/bank account is going to be garnished, how will I be notified?