Complete and file a garnishment release form provided by the Clerks office and we will issue to garnishee.
Contact the creditor or their attorney to work out a payment plan. You may ask them to file a release. If you have direct deposit and they garnished your Bank account; you may file a request for a hearing. The money will be held by the Court until the hearing and a Magistrate will decide how to disburse the money.
You need to do more research to locate the account.
Yes, if you have your case number, call our file room at (614) 645-7220. A deputy clerk will check the judgment entry.
The interest is figured using the original principle.
Keep issuing a new garnishment.
First, request a hearing and the money will be held by the Accounting/Finance Division. The hearing will be held to address the garnishment only. If you wish to contest the judgment, you need to seek legal advice.
The money is received by the Accounting/Finance Division of the Clerk's Office. After four weeks, it is sent to the Plaintiff or the attorney for the Plaintiff.
By looking in the 'Costs' docket you can see how much has been receipted and paid out. This information can also be accessed on our Records Search page.
If you call or come in to the Clerks office, we can give you some information such as who sued you, when they got their judgment, and the name and address of the attorney. However, the Clerks office cannot advise you on how to fight the judgment. You must seek advice from a qualified attorney.
Each year the Ohio Tax Commissioner sets the interest rate on judgments. The current interest rate is 3%. This document provides past interest rates and calculation formulas. The interest rate is determined by the year in which you obtain the judgment.