Thanks for all your input. I am including some additional information that may benefit other members. We are a PA bank and the state statutes regarding Court Orders is Title 23 Sections 4304.1 (repealed) and 4305, and the PA Rules of Civil Procedure 1910.23 & 1910.26. There is nothing in PA State Law that prevents us from charging a fee for processing Court Orders and thanks to Ken; there is nothing in Regulation DD that prevents a bank from charging the customer a fee. Although our Truth In Savings Disclosure does not specifically list Court Orders, this is a legal item, which fits within our miscellaneous legal fees category. Thus, we can charge for Court Orders now. We also have elected to update our Truth In Savings Disclosure to list Court Orders, and we will charge our standard fee, (i.e. our legal item processing fee). We will, however, take the fee from the customer's account prior to sending the funds to the court, even in cases where there aren't enough funds to cover the entire court order. This will only be completed when the Court Order is to Seize Assets and send funds to the court. In addition, this issue was reviewed and signed-off by our attorney. I hope this additional information is useful to other members.