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Can your bank account be levyied in the state of Texas from

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Can your bank account be levyied in the state of Texas from a creditor a dafault judgement.
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Expert:  Barrister replied 9 months ago.

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Yes, a creditor can't garnish your wages or lien your house in TX, but they can enforce a judgment by levying on bank accounts can coming after any non exempt personal property like boats, RVs, motorcycles, or other big ticket items.


Further, once wages are deposited into a bank account, they are fair game for creditors.





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