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Question: In Arizona, can a creditor get a prejudgment garnishment against my funds in my bank checking account?
Answer: Bank garnishment is not an available remedy for an unsecured creditor until AFTER judgment, when the creditor becomes a "judgment creditor". See the article on this website about the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act for information on consumer protections and rights when dealing with creditors. A.R.S. § 12-1572
In Arizona, can a creditor get a prejudgment garnishment against my funds in my bank checking account?
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