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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.

Judgments are not enforceable forever and are limited by the statute of limitations. In some cases, judgments can be extended indefinitely if a debtor continues to evade paying what they owe, but these circumstances only occur in certain states. View our list of the statute of limitations in every state. After knowing when the statute of limitations ends, it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with the judgment extension process of your state. Debtors will avoid paying and time will fly by quicker than anticipated. Don’t allow your judgment to lapse and become unenforceable because you forgot to file for an extension.

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Do not let your judgment lapse. Debtors will attempt to avoid paying what they owe as long as they possibly can and if you let them off the hook, you will have wasted all of your time getting the judgment in the first place. Enforce your judgment before it is too late. Don’t waste time getting a judgment in the first place if you don’t plan on enforcing said judgment. However, if you are attempting to enforce your judgment and the debtor continues to evade past the statute of limitations the courts will allow you to extend your judgment. Debtors are infamous for avoiding responsibility and the courts are well aware of this problem.

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