What does Legal Order, LTS mean ?
just checked my bank account on-line and my accounts where emptied out. The transaction states Legal Order, LTS. What is this? Now I am totally broke.
I do not now what the "LTS" means but the "legal order" means that a judgement was rendered against you for a certain amount and the judgement creditor was able to garnish your bank account for the money. Go down to the bank and ask to see a copy of the order that was levied against the account. The you are going to see if the amount they took was in full satisfaction of the judgement. If not, suspect that they will be lurking around at your next pay day.
Take a copy of the order to someone that can interpret it and let you know if they did anything wrong procedurally, etc. Legal Aid or try your local bar association and ask if they have a pro bono program. Some states allow a debtor to file a list of requested exemptions prior to the levy of account or wage garnishment (such as North Carolina). See if your state requires anything that they did not do. Good luck.