Express Judgment Recovery
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: CAN AN OUT-OF-STATE JUDGMENT BE ENFORCED?
A: Yes Article 4 of the United States Constitution provides that a judgment
awarded in a court of law in one state is entitled to full faith and credit in
another court of another state.
Q: IS THERE A TIME LIMIT ON ENFORCING A JUDGMENT?
A: Yes. This time period can range from 5-20 years depending on your states
Q: CAN YOU GUARANTEE YOU WILL BE SUCCESSFUL IN COLLECTING
A: No. Each judgment enforcement case is unique. We compile an enforcement
strategy for each case assigned to our company geared at maximizing the potential
for a successful recovery. Simply put, if we are unable to enforce your judgment then
we don;t get paid. In some cases there's simply no assets to seize.
Q: WHY SHOULDN'T I USE AN ATTORNEY TO ENFORCE MY JUDGMENT?
A: You can, if you are willing to put down a retainer and pay a fee of between $150
and $300 per hour, whether they ever recover anything or not.
Q: HOW ABOUT USING A COLLECTION SERVICE/AGENCY?
A: A collection service/agency may contact the deadbeat debtor and irritate him/her to death! They may even place a black mark on his or her credit report, but they rarely collect! Furthermore, with the passage of FDCPA (Fair Debt Collection Practices Act) the debtor has the right to simply tell a third party debt collector to cease all communications. We as the legal Assignee of Record are not affected by many provisions of the FDCPA. We can investigate the debtor, locate his/her assets and seize them to enforce the judgment.
Still have questions? Give us a call, we have the answers. Or, to get the ball rolling, submit an online application directly at: EJRecovery@aol.com or Expressjudgmentrecovery@gmail.com Again, there's absolutely no obligation on your part.
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DISCLAIMER: Express Judgment Recovery is Not a law office and do Not give legal advise. If legal advise is needed, please consult an attorney. Express Judgment Recovery neither makes, nor implies any guarantee as to the outcome of any judgment enforcement claim.