JPMorgan Chase files writ of garnishment
JPMorgan Chase recently filed an application for writ of garnishment against Texas First Bank.
The application was filed Aug. 20 in Jefferson County District Court.
Court records show that on Sept. 24, 2009, Chase was awarded a judgment of $82,558.50 against Robert Wenner. The judgment also included interest, and attorney's fees in the amount of $3,000.
"After applying all lawful credits, this judgment is just, due, unpaid and remains unsatisfied," the application states, adding that Wenner does not posses property in Texas sufficient to satisfy the claim.
However, Chase believes Texas First Bank may be indebted to Wenner by maintaining or holding one or more bank accounts.
Chase is also seeking to garnish any safety deposit boxes Wenner may have with the bank, the application states.
Chase is asking the court to issue a writ of garnishment and award court costs.
Dallas attorney Mark Vincent of the Vincent Lopez Serafino Jenevein law firm represents the plaintiff.
Judge Milton Shuffield, 136th District Court, is assigned to the case.
Case No. D192-917