Attention: PaulMJD Attorney.
Thank You For Previous Information.
Letter received from "Court Officer".
"Notice to Defendant" (Large Font, Red Color)
"A copy of the writ of execution is attached..."
Copy (only sent 1 page) copy shows "(Continued on following page)" I did not receive following page.
WRIT NUMBER: 002 ISSUED MM/DD/YY
-- EXECUTION AGAINST GOODS AND CHATTELS --
"YOU ARE ORDERED to levy on the property of any of the debtors designated herein; your actions may include, but are not limited to, taking into possession..."
(I am sole debtor) (I would be happy to provide entire wording. I was not sure if this is "boiler plate" content) (Apologies on not getting back to you late February. Funds are major issue.)
I have several questions that I would like to get information on in this area.
The steps taken to date are in previous answered question that you indicated you could look up to refresh memory.
1. It appears to me that they are going/have taken action to seize "my stuff." What are the upcoming actions I can expect?
2. The property, other than the vehicles in my sole name, are a result of marriage. My understanding is that half belongs to my wife. What are the upcoming actions I can expect?
3. ... "Any levy pursuant to this writ shall exclude (1) all funds in an account of a debtor or other financial institution, if all deposits into the account during the 90 days immediately prior to the service of the writ were electronic deposits , made on a recurring basis, of funds identifiable by the bank or other financial institution as exempt from execution, levy or attachment under New Jersey or federal law, and (2) all funds deposited electronically in an account of the debtor with a bank or other financial institution during the two months immediately prior to the account review undertaken by the bank or other financial institution in response to the writ that are identifiable by the bank or other financial institution as exempt from execution, levy or attachment under New Jersey or federal law."
Basically, we are living "paycheck to paycheck" and I receive my pension in paper which has to be cashed at the local check cashing place as I cannot find any institution to grant me a checking account.
What are the upcoming actions I can expect?
4. My house was foreclosed upon last year and taken over by new owners who are in the process of gutting for construction. I have been allowed some temporary storage in the garage. I am currently living in an apartment of relative. I have scrapped a lot of stuff for cash to support ourselves. Quite frankly, I still have quite a bit in the garage.
Candidly, I would like to end this saga and start life anew and considering contacting this court officer and working to convert this to "All proceeds are to be paid to the court officer who shall pay them to the creditor or the attorney for the creditor, or, if this is not possible, to the court."
Taking into consideration
all the aforementioned, what is the information you can provide to help me make an informed decision. I am hesitant to contact the "court officer" although I have found cooperation is usually the best method of interaction while the writ states, "Local police departments are authorized and requested to provide assistance, if needed, to the officer executing this writ. This does not authorize entry to the residence by force unless specifically directed by court order."
5. Are all attorneys "officers of the court" as I have heard several times, over the years, in movies and television shows? The letters I receive from them appear to be trying to make it look as though they are from the actual court although I have some skepticism.
Please let me know and I will most likely have some follow up questions. I appreciate your time and expertise.