judgment collection, Kentucky

2023 Rule Changes Make Judgment Collection Harder in Kent...

As you undoubtedly know, obtaining a money judgment and collecting it are two separate things. Obtaining is generally the easier of the two tasks. Collecting is much harder due to legal standards that limit a judgment creditor’s actions. Such is the case in Kentucky, where changes enacted...

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4 Things You Need to Successfully Collect a Money Judgment

You have gone to civil court and successfully obtained a money judgment against another party. Now it is time to collect the money judgment. When a monetary award is involved, enforcement is essentially collection. It sounds simple enough, but is it really? And what do you need to succeed? The vast...

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What Is Post-Judgment Discovery in Georgia Civil Court?

Are you planning to file a civil lawsuit in the state of Georgia? Have you already sued and won, and now face questions about how you are going to collect? In either case, it helps a lot to understand some of the basic terminology. Take the term ‘post-judgment discovery’. It is an...

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Making the Case for Pragmatism in Judgment Collections

Winning a monetary award in a civil court case might leave a person feeling like they just won the lottery. Emotions can certainly run high when a judge’s gavel falls. But emotions are often short-lived thanks to the reality of enforcement efforts. It doesn’t take much for pragmatism to...

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Knowing Why a Debtor Won’t Pay Could Make a Difference

It would be nice for judgment creditors if every court case ended with prompt payment of any monetary award granted by the court. But that’s not how things generally work. Oftentimes, it takes a while to get paid. Judgment debtors have their reasons for either slow-walking payment or not...

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How 3 Circumstances Make a Person Judgment-Proof

Imagine a business owner speaking with her attorney about the possibility of suing a customer for nonpayment. After looking into the issue, the attorney comes back with advice the business owner doesn’t want to hear – write off the debt and move on. Why would an attorney recommend such a...

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Judgments in Georgia: Enforcement Is the Tricky Part

Georgia, also known as the Peach State, is loved for its southern charm and hospitality. It is home to sprawling farms and miles of wonderful coastline, along with some of the most inviting cities in the nation. But like every other state, Georgia has its fair share of civil lawsuits that...

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Collecting Judgments: What Would You Rather Be Doing?

We love our jobs here at Judgment Collectors. We enjoy coming to work every day, knowing that what we do helps our clients tremendously. We get the fact that you might have another take on collecting outstanding judgments. We are guessing you have a lengthy list of things you would rather do. What...

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You Have Won a Judgment in Civil Court, Now What?

Taking a person or company to civil court might seem like the best solution in your effort to right previous wrongs. Perhaps you have successfully done so. You have won your case and received a judgment in civil court. Now what? Where do you go from here? Although every civil case is different,...

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Judgment Collection’s Two Main Players: Creditor an...

The debt collection industry is like any other in the sense that it has its own vocabulary. Take judgment collection. The two main players in any judgment collection scenario are the judgment creditor and judgment debtor. Don’t worry if you are unfamiliar with these two players. You are about...

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