Easiest Way to Collect – Make your Debtor’s employer pay you!

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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.

Does a judgment debtor’s employer have to pay a judgment?

If you have served your judgment debtor’s employer with a writ of execution, then yes, your judgment debtor’s employer has to pay the judgment. A writ of execution allows the ability to levy a bank account(s) and/or garnish wages. Do not let your judgment debtor walk away freely from what they owe. Obtain a writ of execution and go after what is rightfully yours without having to deal with your judgment debtor directly. Finding the necessary information for a writ of execution is easy with online investigatory service providers like Writ Ready.

How do I make my debtor’s employer pay me?

Obtain a writ of execution to make a judgment debtor’s employer pay you the owed debt. You can not force a debtor’s employer to pay more than the judgment amount, however, they will be forced to comply with a writ of execution and will allow you to garnish the wages of your judgment debtor directly through their employer. It is an unfortunate circumstance having to garnish someone’s wages, but if a judgment debtor refuses to pay by the deadline of the judgment, there is no other recourse.

How long does it take to make my debtor’s employer pay me?

If you approach your judgment debtor’s employer with a writ of execution to garnish their wages for the amount owed, payment may begin immediately. The lump sum owed may take time to pay off, but as long as the judgment debtor continues working with that employer, you will be able to garnish their wages until the amount owed is fulfilled. To get to this point, the judgment debtor has taken substantial efforts to avoid fulfilling their fiscal responsibilities and it is best to avoid dealing with them directly.

Don’t waste any time on a judgment debtor who has failed to meet the payment deadline of the judgment. You have the right to what is legally owed to you and the best, easiest way to collect is to make your debtor’s employer pay you. Dealing with a judgment debtor can be a hassle and waste of time. Assured promises from liars are worthless and will only continue to drag out the fulfillment schedule. Go above your judgment debtor by garnishing their wages with a writ of execution.