Advantage Judgment Collections
You only pay if we collect!
You won your case, now what?
The court will not collect your judgment for you. Collections can be a daunting and expensive task, and the last thing you want to do is put out more money. Advantage Judgment Collections will take assignment of your judgment on contingency and do the litigation on our dime. You only pay if we collect! Your assignment contract details the percentage of the judgment you will receive, and the percentage taken for fees.
The process of working with Advantage
Litigation and Collection
In your free initial consultation, we review your judgment and defendant. We will take an initial cursory look into the assets and finances of the judgment debtor to determine if the judgment is collectible. We will discuss options and percentage rates and, if everything looks good sign and assignment contract.
Starting the Process
Once the contract is signed, we will present you with an Assignment of Judgment. You will sign this in the presence of the third party notary. We will collect the document and record it in the official records of the jurisdiction where the judgment was received. We will also make sure liens are filed in each county where property is held, and with the Secretary of State.
Each judgment is taken on a case-by-case basis. We will approach collections as outlined in the initial consultation. This approach may include passive methods such as liens and negotiation, litigation and discovery, filing legal process and/or litigation, execution on assets, Garnishment, or other methods. The time frame collection will vary with each case.
Ryan M. Wilson
Ryan is a collections specialist with a background in investigations and judicial process. He has worked on thousands of cases and testified in Circuit and County courts throughout South Florida. He has located persons and assets for hundreds of satisfied clients over the years. Ryan M. Wilson is not an attorney and cannot provide legal advise on his own. He does however retain counsel whenever a case may need to be litigated.