You’ve Obtained A Judgment, But Sometimes You’ll Still Need To Enforcement The Judgment
Even though you’ve obtained a Judgment or Court Order against your debtor (who is now referred to as the Judgment Debtor) they may still fail or refuse to pay the judgment debt.
Now you have to consider whether the debtor has any income or assets to pay the debt before you go to the next level.
This next level is the enforcement of the judgment on the judgment debtor.
You can enforce a judgment yourself through the collection department of the Court, but this is usually a lengthy process that doesn’t always work out unless you know the tricks of the trade. It’s recommended that you seek some independent advice if you intend to enforce a debtor judgment on your own.
The better option is to speak with Secure Collections about your judgment. We are specialists at enforcement of judgments and can take care of this whole process for you.
Should the judgment debtor fail or neglect to pay the judgment debt, we can commence enforcement in conjunction with our solicitor to recover debts including statutory demands and liquidation and bankruptcy and creditors applications. These methods show your debtor that you are serious about recovering your debt and leads to faster payment, less disputes and an overall higher success rate.
We work closely with a number of solicitors, liquidators and receivers who, along with our expert collections team, can ensure that you get the best advice to help you make the right decisions and, ultimately, obtain the best outcome from any enforcement action.
The expert barristers & solicitors we work alongside can assist with the preparation and filing of all District and High Court enforcement applications; attend any financial assessment hearings; and issue liquidation and/or bankruptcy proceedings. We can offer very competitive pricing.
There is a lot to consider and some of it can be a bit confusing.
However, you have a debtor judgment which has still not been paid.
Why not have Secure Collections take care of everything?
Fill out the Contact Form or call us now to get your judgment enforced.