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Someone or some business owes you money.


You took that entity to court and a judge ordered them to pay you.


To get your money you need to locate assets and file a “Writ” of execution.


Now you have options to enforce your Judgment.

Dealing with judgement debtors is an industry upon itself. The courts have the power to bestow judgement upon debts owed, however, enforcing the payment and reconciliation of said debt is an entirely different matter. After obtaining a writ of execution, many individuals think they have won the day, unfortunately this is not the case. Judgment debtors are notorious for avoiding owed debts even when the court orders the debt paid. They will continue to avoid the debt for as long as humanly possible because they do not risk jail time over a civil debt. Most people are unaware that you can take someone to court over owed debts.

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A Writ(Writ of Execution) is a powerful document issued by the courts after a judgement has been made. A writ is not automatically generated and it is on the debt collector to request this document. The courts require certain information to fulfill a writ of execution, but when a writ is granted, the power it wields is genuine for levying bank accounts, garnishing paychecks, and levying brokerage accounts. The majority of people get suckered by professional debt collectors and collection agencies because they are the first thought when it comes to debt collections. The problem with professional debt collectors and collection agencies is that they do not use modern legal tactics to collect debts. Adapting to modern legal methods is what Writ Ready is all about, and using the power of a writ is the first step in the right direction regarding debts owed to you.

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Judgment debtors are nefarious for ignoring any and all attempts at settling their debts. Over 80% of all judgement debtors avoid paying their debts even after a court has gotten involved and made a judgement against them. Unfortunately, even though it’s against the law, judgement debtors will continue to avoid their debts as long as possible. Don’t let them get away with it when you can legally garnish their paycheck(s), levy their bank account(s), and/or levy their brokerage firm account(s) with a few simple bits of information from Writ Ready. The courts are overburdened making judgements to enforce financial enforcement on owed debts and that is why it is up to you to decide how to pursue your judgement debtor.

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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.

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