1.Wages cannot be attached or garnished, except for child support.
Income that is not a wage can be garnished or ordered turned over to a receiver.
2.Bank accounts, rents and royalties can be garnished.
Exemptions include social security benefits.
For individuals living in Texas who are paid from an out of state location, there is case law (Baumgardner vs. Sou Pacific 177 S.W. 2d 317) to support taking a judgment from Texas, domesticating the judgment in the foreign state, then filing the wage garnishment there. Many creditors have used this strategy successfully..
I have a Bank account and the Debt Collectors know who I bank with already but do not haveing any account information, can they still go in there and garnish my savings or checkings?
Also I rent an apartment with my family, what can they do to make me an unhappy camper while renting?