1. I thought my judgment was an order for debtor to pay?
  2. Is there a statue of limitation on my judgment?
  3. Are you a collection agency?
  4. Can I use an attorney?
  5. How much will it cost?
  6. How long before I will actually see results?
  7. Is there any guarantee that you will be successful?
  8. The debtor has moved to another State, can you help?
  9. How much is my judicial judgment worth?
  10. How does all this work?
  11. I am sold what is my next step?

Q. I thought my judgment was an order for debtor to pay?

Unfortunately it is not against the law to owe money. We do not have debtor put in prison anymore.
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Q. Is there a statue of limitation on my judgment?

Yes. Your state law set a limit on how long a judgment is enforceable. This period is usually from 5 to 20 years. Starting on the date your judgment was awarded.
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 Q. Are you a collection agency?

We are not a collection agency. Collection agencies process debts in bulks. We are different, we actually “take assignment” on your judgment. Then we have the authority to pull credit reports, and conduct a thorough asset investigations and even bring your debtor back into court. Our cases are treated individually and expertly.
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Q. Can I use an attorney?

Yes you can. However, an attorney will charge you an hourly fee of $250.00 to $325.00 per hour. Also, while many attorneys are skilled at getting judgments most are not familiar with affective post judgment strategies.
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Q. How much will it cost?

It cost you absolutely nothing. We advance all cost if there are additional court expenses, we petition the court to add these to the judgment. We work with attorneys at no cost to you.
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Q. How long before I will actually see results?

It all depends on the difficulty in locating the judgment debtor and in uncovering his or her asset. Some debtors are pretty adept of hiding there asset. We will try our best to get result in the first few weeks. But it could take months in a difficult case.
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Q. Is there any guarantee that you will be successful?

No. sometime there are simple no asset to seize, but you can be sure that we will do all we can; because if we are unable to enforce your judgment we don’t get paid, this gives us our incentive to succeed.
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Q. The debtor has moved to another State, can you help?

Yes. We can recover in any state through domestication of the judgment in the foreign state and by working with associate to recover the money. These judgments involve more risk and more work to recover so the fee structure is different and considered on a case by case basis.
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Q. How much is my judicial judgment worth?

Your judgment is worth the amount that the court of record originally awarded you, including costs, interest and any other court authorizes expense that may have been incurred to enforce and recover your judgment.
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Q. How does all this work?

First we complete an agreement detailing the specifics of the purchase of your judgment. If acceptable you will then assign the judgment to us making us the assignee of records. Once we have filed the assignment document with the court, we will have the legal right to investigate the judgment debtor and proceed with the process of enforcement. We will then make payment to you base on the funds recovered from the judgment debtor, per our agreement.
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Q. I am sold what is my next step?

Just complete the short online application we will contact you by phone usually in 24 hours and send you the necessary documents for you signature. On return of the sign document, we will immediately initiate enforcement of the judgment.
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Legally Enforce Revenue Est. 2008