If you are on this web page, then you have already completed a Writ of Garnishment once before on your case.  Now you would like to do a second Writ of Garnishment on the same case.  Or a third, fourth or fifth Writ of Garnishment. 

Moving forward with your 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th or 6th Writ of Garnishment.

Previous Clients:  If we prepared your previous Writ of Garnishment, then we have all your information on file.   Just read this page then send us an email request with the following information:

  • The total amount you have received on the claim from date of Judgment.   List the payments received and the dates received.
  • Make sure we have your current address and phone number.
  • The amount of interest you would like to add.  Post-adjudication Interest at 9%, per ORS 82.010(1):, unless your judgment has a different interest rate, then use that interest rate. (judgment calculator here)

 

First Time Clients:  If we did not prepare your previous Writ of Garnishment, then email us a copy of the following:

  • The last Debt Calculation Form.
  • The last Writ of Garnishment Form.
  • The total amount you have received on the claim from date of Judgment.   List the payments received and the dates received.
  • Make sure we have your current address and phone number.
  • Defendant’s last known address and phone number.
  • The amount of interest you would like to add.  Post-adjudication Interest at 9% , per ORS 82.010(1):, unless your judgment has a different interest rate, then use that interest rate.  (judgment calculator here)
  • You will need to send pre-payment to PI Services to start the process.  The fee is $95 for a local Writ of Garnishment.  You will not need to send pre-payment if you are a local Oregon Company, who has an account with out office.
  • Read this entire page so you understand the process.

 

After you send us an email we will take care of all of the following: 

  • Preparing all the necessary Writ of Garnishment forms (10 pages total);
  • Making all the necessary copies after Client signs.;
  • Sending the writ to an Oregon Attorney to review and issue the writ of garnishment.;
  • Make all the necessary copies.
  • Serve the Writ of Garnishment at the place of employment or banking institution by a professional Process Server;
  • Prepare a proof of service according to the Court rules, including proof of mailing.
  • Mail all the necessary copies to the defendant and file the necessary paperwork with the Court.
  • Send copies of the Writ of Garnishment packet, and Proof of Service to our client.
  • Got more questions about Writs of Garnishment?  click here for more answers!

First time Clients must pre-pay before we start work on your case.   Previous Clients can request an invoice.  The fee is $100 for a local Writ of Garnishment.  If the Garnishment is to be served outside the local area, additional service fees of $5 to $20 may apply.  See our process serving page for details. 

Once we receive your email request, we will get started on your documents shortly.

Bank Garnishment Only: The bank will require a $15. check payable to the bank, to process the garnishment.  The check for the bank will need to be attached to the garnishment before can be served on the bank.  All fees will be added to the Garnishment.  If you are doing a bank garnishment you will need to send PI Services the check for the bank or request we advance you the bank fee.    

PI Services, LLC will not be responsible for any issues with any portion of your case. Understand PI Services staff are not attorneys and are not providing you with legal advice.  PI Services is preparing documents at your direction.  Understand you will be solely responsible for the content.  If you have questions or concerns, please read the information provided at www.pi-info.com regarding Writ’s of Garnishment, Process Serving and links to the state rules and procedures.  Make sure you understand the process and the prices.  Understand that if you provide the wrong information and the documents get rejected by the attorney or the documents need to be redone or adjusted that you will pay a $30 fee to PI Services to correct them.

We are not attorneys and can not give legal advice, but we can prepare your documents at your direction by following the State of Oregon procedures set forth by the court.