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Profitable Small Claims Judgments Utilizing Wage Garnishments

By Betsy Kruger

Every day hundreds of individuals and small businesses win lawsuits against people who are beholden to pay. Many of these court-awarded judgments are never paid. A Judgment Specialist does not collect usual debts; they enforce court-ordered judgments.

Unfortunately court does not enforce collection. A working Judgment Recovery Specialist gets the job done.

There is smart collecting practice that increases the amount of money collected per hour effort. Filtering for priorities and certain criteria results in a higher recovery average.

One way to recover money for the client is through a levy on wages. Even though the wage garnishment is in fact pretty easy to enforce by the judgment recovery specialist there are a few rules and regulations to check out at the courthouse. A Writ of Garnishment (Writ of Execution) is needed. Garnishments are generally much more welcomed by the debtor or the defendant since it will not change their lifestyle by any great degree. And, it assists them pay off their judgment arrears.

The small claims judgment recovery process of wage garnishing has a few rules. The judgment recovery specialist may have to do some background detective work, before filing for a wage garnishment. Again, check the local courthouse for rules and regulations involved in the process.

Most of the time, the Plaintiff can collect the award by the court if they know how to dig up the facts in order to recover sufficient assets. The winner of the lawsuit is called the Plaintiff, the Defendant is the one who owe the money. Using the means to identify the assets of the party that owes the money, which can be done following the methods within a good course, one can now use the court to enforce collection. The key is in knowing how to find the defendants assets. A good judgment recovery course will lay out the necessary steps so there is no questions on how to accomplish this goal.

Thinking about a well-paying work from home job that helps people recover money owed to them, consider a work from home job in judgment recovery services. Often just the written threat or actual levy on wages will recover the money. Make weasels pay their fair share and the standard fee is 50%.

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Kruger, Betsy "Profitable Small Claims Judgments Utilizing Wage Garnishments." Profitable Small Claims Judgments Utilizing Wage Garnishments. 23 Jun. 2010. uberarticles.com. 30 Nov 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/legal/profitable-small-claims-judgments-utilizing-wage-garnishments/>.

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Kruger, B (2010, June 23). Profitable Small Claims Judgments Utilizing Wage Garnishments. Retrieved November 30, 2014, from http://uberarticles.com/legal/profitable-small-claims-judgments-utilizing-wage-garnishments/

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