There are no official Oregon garnishment forms for non-government employees garnishing someone else’s wages (or defending against garnishment of one’s own wages). But there is still a lot of useful information online and you can look at the sample forms the state uses.
Keep in mind that garnishment is only one tool to use when collecting on judgments and since each person’s situation is different and since the laws protect both creditors and debtors, you must do your research before filing any forms.
The following list includes print and online legal research resources:
3) The Oregon Department of Justice has “model forms for garnishments under revised Oregon garnishment statutes and pursuant to OAR 137-060-0100 to OAR 137-060-0450. The forms are provided as a courtesy by the Oregon Department of Justice and intended for use by state and county officials.”
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