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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.

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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Garnishing a judgement debtor’s paycheck is not as difficult as it appears. You can’t just start garnishing anyone’s paycheck when they owe you money, however, you are legally allowed to garnish someone’s paycheck if the courts have made a judgement in your favor and subsequently issued a writ of execution. If the courts have given a judgement, you can file for a writ of execution and successfully garnish a paycheck or levy a bank account(s). It is understandable to approach a collection agency or debt collector to pursue your judgement debtor, however, it is advantageous to look at alternate options. A collection agency or debt collector will actively avoid dealing with writs of execution because they are not part of their business plan, but companies like Writ Ready have learned that writs of execution are the most effective way to recover debts. Keep ALL the money you are owed from your judgement debtor by garnishing their paycheck with Writ Ready.

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