If you have been involved in a Texas divorce and now want to collect on
the settlement that you received, then you will want to make sure you
have a Plano divorce attorney there to help you out. In Texas, one of
the most difficult parts of a divorce process is collecting on the settlement
that you may have received as the divorce was concluded. Most of the time,
you will need to follow a few precise steps to make sure that you collect
on the settlement properly.
You will want to bring your divorce degree to an attorney and ask him or
her to file an exemplified copy of the settlement with the county clerk
where the divorce was filed or at a court near where any real property
of the non-paying party is located. You will want to make sure that the
judgment is attached to real or personal property that the ex-spouse maintains
in the county, and will want to double-check the language of the settlement
to ensure that it is accurate and clear.
You will want to request that the judgment be used to file a garnishment
against the ex-spouse's wages until the settlement is paid in full
if this is possible in your case. This will ensure that you get the financial
settlement that you were awarded, even if your spouse is cantankerous
about the operation and balks at paying you.
It is possible for an individual to file a lien and garnishment without
an attorney, but this is often complication and could be avoided. It may
be less costly if you hire an attorney, because you will not need to pay
for your mistakes in fines or lost settlement properties. If you want
more information about
divorce settlement collections, hire a
Plano divorce attorney at Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC today!