Doesn’t the court collect my money for me? No.
The court awards judgments, BUT…then it is up to YOU to recover your judgment.
Percentage of judgments that remain uncollected: 81%
Value of each uncollected dollar after five years: 1-2 cents!
Have you failed to collect your financial judgment?
You are not alone. We Can Help!
“When it comes to enforcing a judgment you’re owed,
– We’re the experts!”
Here’s just a few of the expert tools and actions WE will take on YOUR behalf:
- Wage Garnishment
- Rental Income Garnishment
- Bank Levy
- Credit Reporting
- Judgment Lien on Real Property
- Suspending the Judgment Debtor’s Driver’s License
- Skip Tracing to Locate Debtor
- Renewing the Judgment
- Process Serving
How It Works
Did you know that as a judgment holder you have the right to sell or assign your judgment to another person? Would you like to finally receive the money the court has said you are owed, but the debtor has refused to pay? Just Contact us, answer a few simple questions and we will get started!
Have a Judgment Expiring Soon? We Can RENEW Your Judgment!
While there are time limits for collecting debts, once a court judgment is obtained, that limit does not apply.In California a civil judgment is valid for 10 years; however, if renewed prior to 10 years, it is extended for another 10 years.
Yes, California CCP §685.010(a) provides that interest accrues on state judgments at the rate of 10% per annum on the principal amount of a money judgment remaining unsatisfied.
Absolutely not. We take care of all the communication with the debtor. We also take care of any necessary court appearances and filing fees the moment we start servicing your judgment. It’s as simple as you allowing us to service your judgment. After deducting our reasonable fee, we in turn send money to you.
No. if you want to pay an attorney by the hour – even if they are unsuccessful, you can. However, our Judgment Enforcement Specialists are specially trained to financially maximize your judgment in the shortest possible time.