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CCP Section 664.6 and How to Enforce a Stipulated Judgment in California

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Understanding legal judgments in California is important, particularly when it comes to enforcing a stipulated judgment. If you find yourself concerned with enforcing a judgment, this post will help.  California Code of Civil Procedure (CCP) 664.6 is a key legal provision that allows courts in the state to enforce settlements or judgments that parties have Read More »

How to Find an Attorney for a Debt Collection Lawsuit

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When facing a debt collection lawsuit, the choice of your legal representative can make a significant difference in the outcome. A skilled collections attorney can navigate the complexities of debt collection and provide representation whether you’re on the debtor or collector side of a case.  However, many collections attorneys choose to only represent creditors while Read More »

Effective Debt Recovery Strategies: A California Debt Collection Attorney’s Perspective

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Navigating the complexities of debt recovery in California requires a nuanced understanding of both legal frameworks and strategic negotiation. As a debt collection attorney in California, I bring a wealth of experience and insight into effective debt recovery strategies that can aid businesses and individuals in obtaining recovery on their bad debt. Here, I will Read More »

What is a Writ of Execution?

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The Role of a Writ of Execution in Debt Collection Understanding a writ of execution can be crucial for those involved in civil litigation, especially when a court judgment needs enforcement. If you’ve obtained a judgment and the debtor hasn’t paid, a writ of execution issued by the court authorizes the seizure of the debtor’s Read More »

What is a Debtor Examination?

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When a creditor obtains a judgment against a debtor, the next challenge is collecting on that judgment. This is where a debtor examination, a critical tool in a creditor’s arsenal, comes into play. But what exactly is a debtor examination? Let’s explore the debtor examination process, which allows a creditor to obtain information about the Read More »

Commercial Lending & Debt Collection: Strategies & Legal Insights

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In the world of commercial lending, it’s inevitable that some loans will go unpaid. When these situations arise, it’s crucial to understand the intricate process of debt collection to ensure both parties’ rights and interests are preserved. While the landscape of collecting unpaid debts might seem intimidating, with the help of a collections attorney, it Read More »

How to Enforce a Judgment?: Essential Steps for Effective Debt Recovery

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  Successfully securing a judgment in a debt collection case is only half the battle. The next pivotal step, often misunderstood or underestimated, is enforcing that judgment to recover the debt owed. So, when we ask how to enforce a judgment — we’re delving into the series of actions a creditor can legally take to Read More »