We know that it is often easier to get a judgment than it is to get your money. The fact is – almost 80% of all judgments are never recovered. Your judgment may have been awarded by the court but most judgment creditors are forced to handle post-judgment recovery themselves. Courts provide little help with the complicated process of collecting money judgments. Our trained professionals are capable of overcoming the many hurdles involved in judgment enforcement: researching and investigating debtor assets; court filings; issuing executions; extensive legwork; and keeping track of the timetables of the court.
What we do:
- Find your debtor and their assets
- Seize, lien, and garnish these assets
- Locate employers and other sources of income
JM Judgments is dedicated to the enforcement of civil judgments. We purchase your judgment in its entirety. We cover all the costs and expenses incurred in locating the judgment debtor and enforcing the judgment. We make our money only from the judgment debtor, at no cost to you.
We will relieve you of the hassle and frustration of dealing with the debtor and the courts! JM Judgments investigates each debtor individually and develops an enforcement strategy for the most efficient action to enforce each judgment. Best of all, we only get paid when the debtor has paid!
JM Judgments has access to databases that fewer than 1% of all collection companies are permitted to access. These specialized databases enable us to find your debtor and any monetary assets he/she may be hiding to avoid or hinder any collection on the judgment. We are proud of our ability to quickly locate debtor assets that few companies can match.
We have successfully enforced large and small cases, and we also tackle difficult cases and dishonest bankruptcies!
We purchase judgments from:
- Law firms and attorneys
- Real estate companies
To get started contact us. We will review your case and arrange a telephone consultation with you as quickly as possible. There is absolutely no obligation on your part. Isn’t it time you turned that judgment into cash?
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