The list is arranged in alphabetical order by debtor's last name.
Only information about dividend attachments in September 2009 is listed.
(About 96% of the attachments were processed during this period.)
What's Included | Attachments Processed After September 2009 | Unsuccessful Writs | Process Server List | Questions
Archived Lists: 2008
VOLUME 1 (A through CRIDER), pages 1 - 202 (903 KB)
VOLUME 2 (CRIGGER through HIGDON), pages 203 - 402 (895 KB)
VOLUME 3 (HIGGGINS through MELSON), pages 403 - 606 (913 KB)
VOLUME 4 (MELTON through SEMINARIO-ADDISON), pages 607 - 810 (911 KB)
VOLUME 5 (SEMPLE through ZWOLLE), pages 811 - 1009 (888 KB)
Only information about dividend attachments in September 2009 is listed. The list includes both successful and unsuccessful attempts to take people’s 2009 Alaska Permanent Fund Dividends (PFDs) to pay debts. It contains information about the following:
It does not include assignments to other government agencies, writs issued by the federal courts or attachments by the IRS (taxes), CSSD (child support), the Commission on Postsecondary Education (student loans), DHSS (public assistance overpayments and court-ordered treatment reimbursements), or the Department of Labor (money owed under the Employment Security Act).
About 96% of PFD applications are processed by the PFD Division in time to distribute the dividend in September. However, a few thousand applications are usually still under review after September. As the PFD Division completes its review of each application, it will mail individual checks to qualified applicants. If any of these dividends have been attached by the court, the money will be sent to the court instead of to the applicant.
Information about attachments processed after September is available as follows:
If the Amount Seized in column six is 0, it means the writ or assignment was unsuccessful for the reason indicated by the code in column seven:
A means the identifying information the creditor provided about the debtor did not match any applicant for this years dividend. The PFD regulations require a three-point match between the information dividend applicants provide and the information creditors provide. Any three of the following four identifiers must match: the debtors last name, first name, date of birth or social security number. See 15 AAC 23.213(d).
B means the creditors claim could not be satisfied for another reason, but the PFD regulations on confidentiality prevent the PFD Division from explaining exactly why the creditors claim was not satisfied. (See 15 AAC 23.253 (b)(4).) The reason may be:
Process Server List : click on this link for a list of the addresses and telephone numbers of the process servers named in column nine.
Questions and comments regarding the Public List of PFD Attachments may be sent to: PLquestions@akcourts.us
| Rev. 27 January 2011
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