Missouri recently amended Mo. Rev. Stat. §525.230 to allow for higher fees to be charged by financial institutions in processing garnishment orders. Previously, the statute allowed a financial institution to charge a fee equal to the greater of $8 or 2% of the amount to be garnished, for the trouble and expense of processing the garnishment and paying over any garnished funds to the court.
Debunking the Rumor that Directors Should Not Have Access to Information in Suspicious Activity Reports
Do you remember that children’s game called “Telephone” that you played long ago at birthday parties, on car trips or around campfires? You know — the game where one person passes a message to the next, and then to the next? The message evolves as it travels, inevitably surprising and confounding everyone by the time it reaches the end of the circle.