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I Have a Judgment and Now I Want to Collect Vol. 4

Your deposition has ended. You have all your documents, including bank statements, pay stubs, deeds to property, titles to vehicles, etc. What do you do with all this information? It depends on the status of your defendant. What I mean by status is you have to determine whether or not your defendant qualifies as “head […]

I Have a Judgment and Now I Want to Collect Vol. 3

If you have reached this stage, either the defendant did not fill out the Financial Information Form pursuant to the Florida Rules of Civil Procedure or the form was not attached to your final judgment. It has been over 30 days since the Judge granted your judgment and you haven’t been paid, no offers have […]

I Have a Judgment and Now I Want to Collect Vol. 2

As discussed by on my June 6, 2013 blog, there are certain basic tools that you can utilize to try to collect on your judgment. In most cases, when I reference a judgment in this blog and any follow up blogs, I am simply referring to a money judgment.  There are other types of judgments […]

I Have a Judgment and Now I Want to Collect. Vol. 1

A dispute arises. You make the decision to take the party you believe to be at fault to court. You file the lawsuit, go through the process and either by default, summary judgment or a final judgment after a trial, the judge awards you a money judgment for your damages and costs. Your feeling really […]

What is Fair and What is Not When it Comes to Debt Collecting?

  You’ve been getting those annoying phone calls from the people you owe money too. You don’t have the money. You’re out of work or you took a pay cut. If you had it, you’d pay it. Now you have to listen to these people threaten you? Are they allowed to do this? Well, yes […]

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