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Wait There was no lawsuitand What do you mean claim any excemtions?
I do not allow any credits into this account. It shows the $60,000 on my bank statment as from SSDI and I make no transfers etc
NO, The sugery co went through a collection lawyer who then served it to the court
Yes but this is iilegal since these funds are all SSDI
NO, so how do I do this AND what can I do to prevent this from happening again? I am 1005 disabled and have mental disorders and I can not take this. They can not take my money. I will sue them and I want the money given back to me by bank ASAP
Can I argue with my bank to give me back my money (Provisionally) ?
How do I file a motion? Fees etc?
Can I file a lawsuit for mental anquish or more since I am very nervous and I am contacting someone at a crisis facility to talk!!!
I live in Passaic County in NJ
On the Writ of execution it BOLDLY says SSDI money can not ne taken how could it have been done when it is on this in plain writing itself. This is grounds for a lawsuit in itself
I am so scared this will happen again too
Once I notify the court and my bank would that stop it from happening
I also saw online that banks have a duty to protect this from happening. Even if they were notified or not.
I am still going to file a suit! I am so disturbed I have an ambulance on the way
Yes of course
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