Find a bank holding the debtor’s money. If you kept copies of checks that the debtor has given you for past payments, these may be helpful in finding the debtor’s bank. If the debtor does business with other companies with which you are familiar, contact them and ask if they have banking information on the debtor. Any credit application that the debtor completed before doing business with you may also contain banking information.
Request that the clerk of the court in which you received the judgment against the debtor to issue a writ of fieri facias -- a so-called FiFa -- against the found bank account.
Serve the bank garnishee with the FiFa. Generally, serving a bank with legal papers is very straightforward; many banks allow service of process on the authorized representative at a branch in the county where the garnishment is being pursued. The FiFa can be served on the bank by a person authorized to serve process in Virginia. Typically a law enforcement officer will serve the FiFa, but Virginia statute allows for private process servers as well.
Arrange for service of the FiFa on an authorized officer or managing member of the LLC debtor, as well as the Virginia registered agent for the LLC. The registered agent for a LLC can be found by contacting the Virginia State Corporation Commission. Again, this can be done by a law enforcement officer or a private process server. In the event the LLC cannot be found and does not have a registered agent, the clerk for the State Corporation Commission can be served.
Request the clerk to issue a "summons in garnishment" once the FiFa is served on the garnishee. Serve the summons in garnishment on the garnishee and debtor using the methods in steps 3 and 4. The judgment debtor must receive his copy of the summons soon after the summons is served on the garnishee. The summons sets the date for the court hearing at which the debtor may contest the validity of the garnishment.