My question involves judgment recovery in the State of: New York
I have had a judgement placed against me in 2007 and my bank account was frozen until I agreed to have my wages garnished. I was told by the plaintiff's attorney's office that once I agreed to have my wages garnished they would release the hold and I would have access to the funds...they cleaned it out.
I changed employers so my wages weren't able to be garnished during that time, but I signed a form going into a payment agreement with the attorney's office where I make monthly payments directly to them. I have complied with everything they have asked of me and made my monthly payments as promised.
I just recently had my account frozen again and I don't know why since I make my monthly payments directly to the lawyer's office timely every month. What more can they do? Are they allowed to keep doing this to me even though I am totally complying or could this be a mistake on their part?