Can you be garnished by two creditors at the same time?
By federal law, in most cases only one creditor can lay claim to your wages at a single time. In essence, whichever creditor files for an order first gets to garnish your paycheck. In that case, another creditor's order can be put into effect up to the amount allowed by law to be taken out of each of your paychecks.
Can a creditor garnish more than one bank account?
If a debtor has more than one account with the same bank, either the creditor or the debtor may move the court to determine how and to which account the exemption shall be applied. These upcoming limitations may reduce the amounts judgment creditors are able to collect through a garnishment in California.
Can a creditor garnish all my wages?
When a Creditor Can Garnish Your Wages Generally, any creditor can garnish your wages. But some creditors must meet more requirements before doing so. Specifically, most must file a lawsuit and obtain a money judgment and court order before garnishing your wages. However, not all creditors need a court order.