Hi. I recently took an expemption on a judgment after having a bank account garnished and frozen. The judge granted my exemption for the full amount sought.
Upon leaving court however, the collectors lawyer said they would keep coming after my assets. Can they really do that? If so can they come right back and seize the same funds from the same bank? I’m wondering if my money will be safer at another bank or safer at the bank where they already garnished me?
I imagine a judge would be upset to see them again on the same matter after having made the ruling ..,
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