Judgements, Court Orders, and Debtors Forced to Pay
Dealing with courts is inevitable when you are attempting to reclaim a debt someone is trying to avoid. Society has different methods for dealing with debts, but the most effective is using legal authority to force a debtor to pay their debts. Using legal authority to force a debtor to pay can take a few forms, but after a court judgement has been made, the best course of action is to file a writ of execution. These measures, of course, are to be used only if the judgement debtor refuses to pay up. It is an unfortunate circumstance that 80% of judgement debtors refuse to pay their debts even after the courts have ruled against them, but it is an unfortunate reality we must deal with. Luckily, companies like Writ Ready are here to help us through the process of filing for a writ of execution.
How do you force a Debtor to pay?
There are a multitude of methods and ideas to force/coerce a debtor to pay. Contacting and asking for a debtor to resolve their debt is the tried and true method of getting honest individuals to pay their debt. However, the majority of debtors are not honest individuals and will avoid contact for eternity if possible. In these situations, people usually turn to collection agencies and debt collectors. There are better options than these services. By using the services at Writ Ready, debtors are left out of the picture completely. Our professionals will instruct, provide all necessary information, and get you well on your way to claiming the money you are owed by directly levying the debtor’s bank account(s), brokerage account(s), and garnish their paycheck(s).
How do I obtain a Writ of Execution?
By going to the courts and receiving a judgement against the individual or business who owes you money. Once you have received a judgement, the only way to actually enforce the judgement, if the judgement debtor does not pay, is to use a writ of execution. There are some important facts necessary to receive and execute a writ of execution, however, third party companies like Writ Ready are available to provide the necessary information for a minimal fee. The advantages of using Writ Ready are evident when compared to collection agencies or debt collectors. Keep the money you are owed by using a writ of execution.
Should I use a Collection Agency?
If you are a business who deals with thousands of unpaid debts yearly, sure. But if you are a regular person or business who deals with a minimal amount of unpaid debts yearly, no. Use a third party investigatory service like Writ Ready to reclaim the funds you are owed and retain the majority of said funds. With a collection agency, or debt collector, the majority of the funds owed will be reclaimed by the agency, or collector, before finally ending up as a fraction of the amount owed. You are rightfully owed the debt, and it is silly to sacrifice a large percentage of those funds to a collection agency or debt collector.
People avoid court orders and judgements every day. It is an unfortunate part of society, but the courts themselves have little power to enforce their judgements. This is why debt collectors and collection agencies exist, but their methods for reclaiming debts are old and outdated. New methods, including writs of execution, are more effective, quicker, and retain all of the reclaimed debt(s). Instead of splitting the recovered amount of money with debt collectors and collection agencies, keep all of it with Writ Ready.