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Garnishment of Non-Earnings

WARNING!

ALL PARTIES TO A GARNISHMENT ARE STRONGLY URGED TO OBTAIN LEGAL ADVICE FROM AN ATTORNEY. Garnishment procedures are governed by Arizona law and are extremely complicated. All parties involved must follow these procedures correctly. The Court may issue an order for monetary penalties against any party who does not proceed properly, including the judgment creditor.


Form Title Form No. Instructions
All Non-Earnings Garnishment Forms in one file
AOC CVGN
 
 Effective 01/01/2018 AOC CVGN  
Introduction to Garnishment
  AOC CVG1H
Process Check List for the Judgment Creditor in a Garnishment of Non-Earnings

AOC CVGN1P
 Effective 01/01/2018   AOC CVGN1P
Form 1 - Application for Writ of Garnishment
AOC CVGN1F AOC CVGN1I
Form 2 - Writ of Garnishment and Summons AOC CVGN2F
AOC CVGN2I
Form 3 - Instructions to the Garnishee AOC CVGN3F

Form 4 - Garnishee’s Answer AOC CVGN4F
AOC CVGN4I
Form 5 - Application for Garnishment Judgment AOC CVGN5F
AOC CVGN5I
Form 6 - Garnishment Judgment AOC CVGN6F
AOC CVGN6I
Form 7 - Notice to Judgment Debtor of Garnishment

Effective 01/01/2018 AOC CVGN7F AOC CVGN7I
Form 8 - Request for Hearing on Garnishment
 
Effective 01/01/2018
AOC CVGN8F
AOC CVGN8I
Form 9 - Notice of Hearing on Garnishment AOC CVGN9F AOC CVGN9I
Form 10 - Petition for Order to Show Cause Regarding Garnishee’s Default AOC CVGN10F AOC CVGN10I
Form 11 - Order to Show Cause Regarding Garnishee’s Default
AOC CVGN11F AOC CVGN11I
Form 12 - Petition for Order Discharging Garnishee AOC CVGN12F AOC CVGN12I
Form 13 - Order Discharging Garnishee AOC CVGN13F AOC CVGN13I
Form 14 - Request for Hearing AOC CVGN14F AOC CVGN14I
Form 15 - Notice of Hearing on Garnishment AOC CVGN15F AOC CVGN15I
Form 16 - Satisfaction of Judgment AOC CVGN16F
AOC CVGN16I

 
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