How to Get Me to Sign Your Garnishments

You might be wondering, once you and I have negotiated rates and volume, what happens next? You need my physical signature on your documents, so how do you get your unsigned garnishments to me, and how do you get them back? How do you make sure I can sign them and get them back to you quickly and easily?


Well, you can connect me and the garnishments in one of three ways; digitally, by courier, or in-house.

            Digitally - You can e-mail me your writs, debt calculations, and judgments. I will review them all, and if everything looks good, I will print the signature pages of the writs and debt calculations, sign them, and snail-mail them back to you. You'll pay for the postage and a minimum cost for envelopes, and USPS will do its thing. I do my best to get as many signature pages as I can into one envelope, so you'll get maximum value for that postage cost.


            By Courier - People in the legal services business often have process servers or other couriers on-call. You can let me know someone is coming and send your courier to my address (which I will provide you) with all of your writs, debt calculations, and judgments, and I will sign the appropriate signature pages and let you know when someone can come pick them up. The courier costs are on you, so this is a great option if you already have someone on payroll.


            In-House - If you've got a large bulk of garnishments for me to sign (hundreds or thousands per month) and your office is in the Portland metro area, we can set up a time for me to come to your office and do the signing in person. I can come in once or twice a week and go through your stacks of prepared garnishments all at once. This is a great option for debt-collection agencies, because it's very efficient!


Which method works best for you? I'm flexible, and I already have clients that utilize each of these methods. Feel free to ask me questions, and if your volume changes, we can always switch from one method to another and back again. 


Want to talk to me about signing garnishments for your company? Send me a message via my contacts page, or email me at