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Responding to California Levies, 2 of 2

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September 09, 2024
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RELEASE DATE: September 9, 2024
ESTIMATED DURATION: 80 MINUTES

In Part 2 of this webinar series, attorney Dan Loritz, Managing Partner at Okun Loritz, LLP, builds upon the concepts covered in “Responding to California Levies, Part 1” by addressing several additional levy types (child support levies, spousal support levies, and california Franchise Tax Board levies) and explains California’s automatic levy exemptions. Designed to pick-up where Part 1 left off, “Responding to California Levies, Part 2” presents critical information that your Credit Union won’t want to miss, including:

  • What is a child support levy?
  • What is a DCSS Order to Withhold?
  • What is a spousal support levy?
  • What is the $3,500 exemption?
  • What are the automatic exemptions?
  • What federal benefits are exempt?
  • What do I do if the Credit Union receives a Notice of Right to Garnish Federal Benefits?
  • What is the minimum basic standard of adequate care and how does it relate to levies?
  • What Order of Operations should you apply when receiving a DCSS Order to Withhold?
  • And much more!!
MEET THE SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT

As Managing Partner of Okun Loritz LLP, attorney Dan Loritz assists the firm’s clients with bond/insurance claims, business and consumer deposit and lending documentation, contract review and negotiation, regulatory compliance, employment law and personnel issues, and privacy matters. Dan is a frequent speaker at credit union industry events concerning legal and compliance topics and is the author of numerous publications. Prior to practicing law, Dan worked as a personal banking officer at a major California bank. He is a member of the State Bar of California and the Financial Institutions Committee of the State Bar of California.

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