What is a Writ?

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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.

How do I obtain a Writ?

A Writ of Execution(Writ) is a document issued by the courts that allows you to file a wage garnishment and/or levy on a judgement debtor’s bank accounts. This will ultimately lead to the debt being paid and you being made whole. Unlike collection agencies and similar services, the ability to place a levy on a bank account will save the majority of recovered money for yourself. To file for a writ of execution, simplyy use the services available at Writ Ready to get all the documentation necessary to breeze through the courts. Without this information, the courts will likely delay or reject your request for a writ of execution.

How long does it take to get a Writ?

Writs are issued from the courts and are awarded immediately after a judgement is made. One thing to note is that a writ can expire. There is a statute of limitations that is usually ten to twenty years starting from the date the judgement was awarded. Most states allow you to extend the judgement past initial number of years your judgement was active. Check your state and process for renewing the judgement.

What do I do after I have a Writ?

The best thing to do after receiving a writ is to use Writ Ready to locate the judgement debtors account information. We will help you through the entire process of applying your writ of execution through the courts to get the debt you are owed. Avoid collection agencies and debt collection agencies because you will be wasting your well deserved money on unnecessary services and overhead.

Writ’s are powerful legal orders that allow an individual or business to levy bank accounts, garnish paychecks, and levy brokerage accounts. Courts are overburdened as is, and when it comes to enforcing their judgements, the courts will refer you to debt collectors or collection agencies. Avoid these services and pursue a writ of execution if you have already received a judgement. Judgement debtors are notorious for ignoring legal orders and the only way to get your money is to go directly for their bank account(s). Don’t sacrifice the majority of your money to middlemen when you can keep all of the money for yourself.