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Typically a garnishment or summons to appear in court will be issued before a writ of execution.
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An execution is when the Sheriff's Office is ordered by a court to seize money and / or personal property to satisfy a debt.
A writ of execution is the court order directing the Sheriff's Office to levy the named defendant(s) real and personal property.
Call the collection agency or creditor in which you are behind on your payments and try to arrange a monthly payment plan or other agreement with them to avoid having your property levied upon.