JCS ASSOCIATES - JUDGMENT ENFORCEMENT SPECIALISTS
Your judgment is a piece of paper you received from the judge and is just that a piece of paper. It gives you the right to use tools provided by the judicial systems to enforce your Judgment and get paid. It does not mean that the debtor has to pay. There is nothing about a court judgment that will force payment, only your right to enforce it. You must know how to use the Sheriff's department and the court clerks to capture and liquidate assets from what was your debtor who is now the judgment debtor.
When you receive your judgment the court starts the clock and you have a limited time to enforce it. Depending on your exposure to the judicial system, will determine how easy and how fast you will get your money, if you decided to enforce it yourself.
Most judgments such as Small claims, labor commission and Unlawful Detainer are not enforced due to the fact that the amounts are low (under ten thousand) and attorneys are not interested in this type of law as it is too risky.
Larger judgment’s will go without being enforced due to lack of investigation of hidden assets or fraudulent transfer of assets or the judgment debtor use of bankruptcy to escape their debt.
knows how to investigate,
knows how to beat
the bankruptcy card,
knows the risk,
and knows how to
GET THE MONEY!
We start with a free analysis of your judgment from the information you provide on the Enforce It page. We check if bankruptcy has been filed or if the judgment debtor has deceased. Then we do a cursory asset check and current location of judgment debtor. Based on this information we decide if we can accept your judgment.
If we feel we can enforce your judgment we will send you the following items.
(1) A judgment purchase agreement, this covers the amount owed to both you and us and takes care of the what if’s.
(2) an “Acknowledgment of Assignment”, tells the court you have transferred your enforcement rights to JCS Associates. This document must be notarized. This is the only way for us to start enforcement.
(3) A Judgment debriefing interview questionnaire is for you to give us details that can help in the enforcement of your judgment. Once we have received these documents back we put the information into our database and start working to enforcing the judgment. The sooner we get started the sooner you receive payment.