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FREE small claims court forms! Use them to file a small claims case, collect small claims court awarded judgments , garnish wages and bank accounts, seize other assets, and file responses and exemptions to the small claims court.

The FREE Forms below are used by Plaintiffs, Defendants and Garnishee (employer, bank or other person who owes the debtor money) Go to forms

You can obtain small claims court forms from most legal supply stores and, in many cases, from the small claims court clerk or you can fill in the form requests below and I'll send you free copies. I send forms within minutes of receiving requests for them however, here are some common reasons why you may not receive the forms you requested:

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1st answer writ E
2nd answer writ F
answer writ D
application for garnishment
default judgment J

exemption claim H
mailing of writ I
notice of appeal
notice of garnishment G
notice of small claims

return of service
satisfaction of judgment
writ of garnishment B
writ of garnishment C

Up Application for Writ of Garnishment Affidavit (Form A)

This Application for Writ of Garnishment form is used to request the "Writ of Garnishment" from the court. Carefully fill in the information then, go to the court so the clerk can have you sign it under oath stating that the information is true and accurate to the best of your knowledge.

Be sure you get the original application for writ of garnishment form plus one copy.

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Up Writ of Garnishment (Forms B)

This Writ of Garnishment form is the court order directing an employer, bank, or someone else who owes money to the judgment debtor, to withhold payment of that debt, and to tell the court what amount they owe to the judgment debtor.

Be sure you get the original writ of garnishment form B.

Writ of Garnishment B
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Up Writ of Garnishment (Forms C)

This Writ of Garnishment form is called, Continuing Lien on Earnings, is used when another writ of garnishment against the debtor's earnings is already in place. This form will continue the lien for 60 days after the previous writ expires. writ of garnishment form C

Note 1: If the garnishment is against a bank, you must include a signed statement of the debtor's place of residence and business, occupation, trade or profession or his or her account number.

Note 2: If the writ is issued under a court order or judgment for child support, you must insert the following phrase into the caption: "This garnishment is based on a judgment or court order for child support."

Whether you use form B or C, you'll need four (4) completed copies.

Writ of Garnishment C
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Up Answer to Writ of Garnishment, (Form D)

This Answer to Writ of Garnishment form is used by a garnishee who is the judgment debtor's employer.

  1. Serve a copy of this form with the Writ of Garnishment (form B or C);
  2. "Garnishee Defendant" fills it out and sends it to the court.

Whichever form is used (D, E or F), you'll need four (4) completed copies.

Answer Writ D
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Up 1st Answer to Writ of Garnishment, (Form E)

This 1st Answer to Writ of Garnishment form is used by a garnishee who is the judgment debtor's bank or someone who is NOT the judgment debtor's employer.

Serve a copy of this form with the Writ of Garnishment, then the "garnishee defendant" fills it out and sends it to the court.

Whichever form is used (D, E or F), you'll need four (4) completed copies.

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Up 2nd Answer to Writ of Garnishment, (Form F)

This 2nd Answer to Writ of Garnishment form is used in conjunction with Form E above when there is a continuing lien on wages.

The difference between Form D and Form E is that Form D "Employer Form" includes instructions to employers on how much money can be legally withheld. Remember to check to make sure you are using the right form.

Whichever form is used (D, E or F), you'll need four (4) completed copies.

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Up Notice of Garnishment and Notice of Your Rights (Form G)

This Notice of Garnishment Form is sent to the Judgment Debtor (people who have judgments against them)

The notice of garnishment form G is already filled out and it tells judgment debtors their rights when bank accounts or wages are about to be garnished.

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Up Affidavit of Mailing Writ of Garnishment (Form I)

This mailing of writ I form is used by the plaintiff to prove that he or she has served the papers on the judgment debtor and the garnishee defendant.

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Up Exemption(s) Claim (Form H)

This Exemption Claim form is the form judgment debtors must complete in order to claim exemptions from garnishment of their wages or bank account.

Include a copy of this exemption claim H form with the Writ of Garnishment.

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Up Order of Default Judgment Against Garnishee

This Order of Default Judgment form is used by the Plaintiff to file a motion with the court to ask the judge to award the judgment in the amount requested because the Garnishee either failed to appear in court or failed to answer the Writ of Garnishment within the time allowed by law.

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Up Notice of Appeal

This Notice of Appeal form is used by the Defendant (judgement debtor) to file an appeal in Superior Court.

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Up Notice of Small Claims

This Notice of Small Claims form is used to notify defendants that a claim has been entered in small claims court against them.

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Up Return of Service Affidavit (Proof of Service)

This Return of Service Affidavit form is used to show that proper procedures were used and followed to notify the defendant/garnishee of the small claims court hearing.

Also, this Return of Service Affidavit (Proof of Service) form is used by the plaintiff and defendant to prove to the court that all parties are being kept abreast of all proceedings. Plaintiffs and Defendants should use this form every time they send each other documents or correspond in any manner.

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Up Satisfaction of Judgment

This Satisfaction of Judgment form is used to officially file in court, proof that the judgment was satisfied (paid in full).

Satisfaction of Judgment
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