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In many cases, winning the collections judgment in court isn’t the end of the story. If an account holder is willing to avoid making payments on a debt to the point of losing a lawsuit over it, they’re not likely to pay, even with a court-ordered judgment. Effective post-judgment enforcement requires knowledge, shrewdness and tenacity. At Andalman & Flynn, we apply our decades of collections experience and legal prowess to obtain the monies that are owed to you.
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Our experienced attorneys reduce money judgments to cash through various writs, including:
- Garnishments: A court order that requires the debtor’s employer to divert a portion of his or her paycheck to the creditor until the debt is fulfilled.
- Liens: In many states, a judgment entered automatically creates a lien on any real property the debtor may own in the county where the judgment was obtained.
- Oral examinations under oath: The defendant must appear in court and respond to questions about his or her finances and the property that’s being sought to garnish.
- Levy and seizure of real property and all other types of property and licenses: This court order allows a court-appointed officer to seize property to fulfill a judgment. Any property the account owner holds can be seized; it does not have to be related to the debt.
- Sheriff sales of real estate and personal property: These judicial foreclosures (or executions) on real property can be used to satisfy a money judgment.
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At Andalman & Flynn, our work doesn’t stop just because debtors refuse to pay. When robust post-judgment enforcement is needed, we’ll be there. Contact us today for more information or to schedule a consultation.