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If you’ve obtained a judgment against someone who owes you money, you might feel like the hard part is over. Unfortunately, getting a judgment is only half the battle. Enforcing that judgment and actually collecting the money owed can be a long and difficult process. Fortunately, U-SUE can help. We have experience in the various methods that can be initiated to accomplish this goal. In this article, we’ll explain what judgment enforcement is and how U-SUE can assist you in recovering the money owed to you.
Judgment enforcement is the process of ensuring that a judgment is actually paid. A judgment is a legal order issued by a court stating that someone owes you money. However, just because you have a judgment doesn’t mean that the person who owes you money will automatically pay you. In fact, many people who owe money simply refuse to pay, even after a judgment has been issued against them. This is where judgment enforcement comes in.
There are several methods of enforcing a judgment. U-SUE has experience with all of them and can help you determine which method is most appropriate for your particular case. Here are some of the most common methods of judgment enforcement:
A writ of enforcement is a legal document that allows a sheriff to seize and sell the assets of the person who owes you money. This can include personal property, such as vehicles or jewelry, or real property, such as a house or land. The proceeds of the sale are then used to pay off the debt owed to you.
If the person who owes you money has a job, you can have their wages garnished. This means that a portion of their paycheck will be deducted and sent to you until the debt is paid off. You can also garnish their bank account if they have one. This involves obtaining a court order requiring the bank to freeze the account and send the funds to you.
If the person who owes you money has assets that can’t be easily sold, such as a business, you can have those assets seized. This involves obtaining a court order that allows you to take control of the assets and use them to pay off the debt owed to you.
A charging order is a court order that allows you to take control of the shares of a company that the person who owes you money owns. You can then use those shares to pay off the debt owed to you.
Filing a builders’ lien can be expensive, and costs can vary depending on the circumstances. Some of the costs to consider include:
If you need to file a builders’ lien quickly, there are expedited services available that can help speed up the process. These services may include:
U-SUE has experience with all of the methods of judgment enforcement outlined above. We can help you determine which method is most appropriate for your particular case and guide you through the process from start to finish. We understand that every case isWe understand that every case is unique and requires a tailored approach. Our team of legal experts will work closely with you to understand the specifics of your case and develop a personalized strategy for enforcing your judgment.
In addition to our experience and expertise in judgment enforcement, we also have a strong network of contacts in the legal industry. This allows us to navigate the legal system quickly and efficiently, and to identify any potential roadblocks or challenges that may arise during the enforcement process.
There are several benefits to using U-SUE for judgment enforcement, including:
Experience: We have 30 years of experience in judgment enforcement and can provide you with the guidance and support you need to recover the money owed to you.
Efficiency: We understand that time is of the essence when it comes to enforcing a judgment. That’s why we work quickly and efficiently to ensure that your case is resolved as soon as possible.
Expertise: Our team of legal experts has a deep understanding of the legal system and the various methods of judgment enforcement. We can help you navigate the process with ease and confidence.
Network: Our strong network of contacts in the legal industry allows us to identify potential roadblocks and challenges before they arise, and to navigate the system quickly and efficiently.
When you work with U-SUE for judgment enforcement, you can expect:
If you need help enforcing a judgment, U-SUE is here to help. Getting started is easy. Simply contact us to schedule a consultation. We’ll discuss the specifics of your case and develop a personalized strategy for enforcing your judgment. With U-SUE on your side, you can rest assured that your case is in good hands.
If you’re facing a debt or damage claim and need someone to fight for your rights, contact U-SUE today. Our team of experienced agents is ready to assist you in your pursuit of justice.
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A: While we cannot guarantee that you will recover the money owed to you, we have a proven track record of success in judgment enforcement. We will work tirelessly to help you recover the money owed to you.
A: The length of the judgment enforcement process varies depending on the specifics of your case. However, we work quickly and efficiently to resolve cases as soon as possible.
A: If the person who owes you money declares bankruptcy, the judgment enforcement process may be more complicated. However, we have experience in dealing with bankruptcy cases and can provide you with the guidance and support you need.
A: Our fees vary depending on the specifics of your case. We will provide you with a clear and transparent fee structure upfront.
Unpaid loans – if there is money owed to you for any reason, U-SUE can help you have your debts paid by filing an action in Small Claims Court. We can force the debtor to deal with their obligation or risk having a judgement entered against them.
Unpaid invoices, NSF Cheques, Delinquent accounts, Unpaid Wages, Defaulted Loans are some of the matters we can initiate a civil claim for. We are more effective than a collection agency and get you results that are legally enforceable.
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If it makes sense to file a Builders’ lien we have both regular and expedited services to ensure your interests are protected. Before you file a builders’ lien, there are a few items that you should understand about the process and the costs involved.
Often these cases have inadequate documentation at the beginning of the project. We can help you determine what information is relevant in Small Claims Court and also help determine what damages you can claim.
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Have you found yourself the defendant in a Civil Claim? U-SUE represents Defendants – those wrongfully sued – by defending the action in court and counterclaiming if required. We will advise you on the strength of your case, file the dispute note, develop a counter claim and represent you at all court appearances.
Do you need assistance an ongoing matter? Retain U-SUE to attend court with you. We can provide assistance and prepare you for Mediation, Pre-Trial Conference, Simplified Trial or Trial. Our skilled agents can also prepare applications and appear in chambers on your behalf.
Do you have a Judgment? U-SUE can provide Judgment Enforcement services to help you recover the money owed. We have experience in the various methods that can be initiated to accomplish this goal.
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If we feel that you have a winnable case, we will ask you to send us your evidence. This can be in the form of written documents such as promissory notes, purchase orders, invoices etc.; communication records such as text messages and emails; or photographs, video or audio recordings and witnesses.