Creditors of a valid LLC can collect only from the assets of the company, not personal assets or wages, and garnishments cannot be used against wages unless a money judgment has been awarded in court.
However, this is contingent on the LLC having been properly maintained:
Unfortunately, it’s also possible that you took some action while your company was in business that removed the protection of your LLC, such as signing a personal guarantee with the landlord or mingling personal and company funds.
Fortunately for MyNewCompany.com clients, our LLC Formation Packages include access to the “New LLC Handbook”, which tells you everything you need to know about running your LLC properly so that you can maintain your Liability Protection.
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