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Judgment Collections: Obtaining What You Are Owed

Following a successful judgment, most business owners immediately ask, “When can I expect to receive my money?” Unfortunately, the answer to this question varies case by case. Few debtors will immediately pay without issue, and more often businesses run into uncooperative debtors who are unwilling to abide by the final judgment. When this occurs, it becomes necessary to initialize collections proceedings, and the help of an experienced business law attorney can be invaluable to actually obtaining what you are owed. The lawyers at Palmer Lehman Sandberg, PLLC can help you enforce a financial judgment.

Judgment Enforcement Actions

The hard work may only be beginning once you have secured a final court order in your favor. Winning the judgment is often the easiest part of the process, while collection efforts can be long, drawn out and frustrating. The judgment debtor can’t pay more than what funds or property it has available.

Our lawyers work hard to shorten the collections process as much as possible. We want what you want — for you to receive your money as soon as possible. We accomplish this by obtaining court approval for asset seizures, account garnishments and more. The judgment debtor may also be willing and able to enter into a repayment plan. In each case, we will evaluate which options are most appropriate for our clients’ specific situation.

Speak with us today if you need help securing funds arising from:

  • Late or unpaid invoices
  • Accounts receivable
  • Written or oral agreements
  • Breach of contract
  • Unpaid loans or notes
  • Any other collections action

Take The Next Step In Securing Payment

For help recovering the money to which you are entitled contact our firm. We will work quickly to analyze your situation and offer solutions to meet your needs. Please call us at 214-242-6444 or contact us online.

We offer convenient office hours, flexible appointment times and reasonable fees. Visa, Mastercard and Discover are accepted.

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