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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.

Winning a judgment and collecting a judgment are not the same thing. When a court judges in your favor, they give you the legal ability to claim assets owed to you if your judgment debtor ignores the court order to surrender said assets. The true legal language is confusing and will leave any individual lost, but don’t worry because there are professionals online to help. The courts will suggest using debt collectors, collection agencies, or private investigators to get the assets you are owed, but the best option is to get a writ of execution. The best way to get a writ of execution is obtaining the necessary asset ownership information through an asset search.

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Rejoice! You have won your case and have received a judgment against a commercial entity. Now, what do you do? The court’s leave you to your own devices in order to recover your judgment, and this includes commercial entities. Nothing is worse than winning a judgment, then not being able to collect any of the assets you are owed because the commercial entity falls off the face of the earth. Do not let them get away with your assets, commercial entities are targets for writs of executions as much as individuals. Go after your assets by going directly for the commercial entities bank accounts.

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Receiving a judgment from the court is only the beginning of your journey to recover what is owed. The courts do not wave a magic wand and assets owed do not suddenly appear in your accounts. The court’s leave this job up to you and any third party you might hire to legally recover the owed assets. In the past, debt collectors and collection agencies were the go-to service providers for judgment recovery, but those times have gone. Now, the best way to recover a judgment is to use a writ of execution and reclaim 100% of the owned assets. When dealing with collection agencies and debt collectors, you can expect to lose up to 50% of the owned assets. Avoid using these service providers like the plague because you will be stuck once you sign their contracts.

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When it comes to collecting debts, most people instinctively think of debt collectors and collection agencies because they are mass marketed services on the market. However, debt collectors and collection agencies are not the easiest way to collect on your judgment. The quickest, easiest way to collect on your judgment is to obtain a writ of execution and serve the employer of your judgment debtor. Since your judgment debtor has already ignored a court judgment, don’t waste your time waiting for them to pay. Obtain a writ of execution and make your debtor’s employer pay you.

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Garnishing someone’s wages is never a fun thing to do, however, it is necessary when a judgment debtor is avoiding a court ordered judgment. There are people who will ignore debts and lie about them until the day they die, and in these cases, it is best to avoid dealing with the judgment debtor at all and acquire a writ of execution to garnish their wages. You will need some specific information regarding the judgment debtor, but this information is easily obtainable at sites like Writ Ready. Get the money/asset(s) owed without having to deal with the judgment debtor by enforcing the judgment yourself. Don’t let your judgment debtor get away without enforcing your rights.

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You need employment information in order to obtain/serve a writ of execution on the employer of your judgment debtor. After receiving a judgment from the courts, you are legally allowed to perform an employment locate on your judgment debtor if the deadline for payment has passed. You can then obtain a writ of execution from the courts once finding out the employment information of your judgment debtor. The courts will either approve or deny your writ of execution. Once approved, you will be able to serve the employer of your judgment debtor in order to garnish their wages.

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