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So You Won Your Case...Now What? (Collecting Your Small Claims Judgment, Part I)
 
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The "Collecting Your Small Claims Judgment" video series, presented by the Orange County Small Claims Advisory Program and the Legal Aid Society of Orange County, sets forth guidelines for the Small Claims collections process. The series begins by discussing Fair Debt Collection laws. It also defines concepts and terms used in the Small Claims process to assist the knowledge of the average Small Claims litigant. Furthermore, the series discusses common FAQs such as what to do when a debtor moves, what to do if your debtor has a specific type of license, and how to recover post-judgment costs in addition to the judgment. This series outlines the process of all methods of collection that a judgment creditor, or plaintiff, in a successful Small Claims action can use to satisfy the judgment. This series includes methods to collect from either individuals or businesses. These methods include wage garnishment, bank levy, property liens, the Debtor's Examination, collecting from a judgment debtor's spouse, executing a till tap, and executing a keeper. This series was created in October 2012. Any changes in the law after this date are not reflected here. For more information regarding Small Claims actions or the O.C. Small Claims Advisory Program, visit www.ocsmallclaims.com.
BC Small Claims Court: Collecting on Judgement
 
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Sometimes when the trial is over and you have your court order there is still more to do in order to get your money or what the judge decided you were entitled to. This video walks you through a scenario to illustrate your options.
How do you collect a small claims judgment?
 
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How do you collect a small claims judgment? Attorney Tom Olsen: In Florida, small claims court is for claims under $5,000. The clerks will give you the forms and help you through the process. Getting a judgment against someone is usually the easy part. A judgment is simply a piece of paper that says somebody owes you money. The hard part is trying to collect the judgment. The judge who granted your final judgment in small claims court, when you did it without a lawyer, is obligated to help you collect it. The judge will be obligated to send a notice out to the defendant ordering the defendant to come to court with copies of bank records, deeds etc. and the judge will help you go through it and figure which assets you can go after. The judges don't necessarily volunteer this information to you, so you’ve got to be the one to go the clerks and say “Look, I need the judge's help to collect this in small claims court judgment”. When you find out, for example, the person has a bank account, the judge might help you garnish that bank account. If they find out that you're employed and you meet the criteria, you can garnish their wages. In the State of Florida, you cannot put a lien against somebody's home. Even if they have a beautiful home, free and clear and paid for, you can't touch it. So you have to look for other real estate, like investment property or rental property. Remember that, for a married couple, if you sue just the husband you cannot touch anything that's owned by the husband and wife. If you sue just the wife, you cannot touch anything owned by the husband and wife. So, for a married couple, you need to sue them both of them to be able to collect something. But, all in all, it's hard, difficult and sometimes impossible to collect judgments in Florida. You can also talk to your accountant or CPA about taking a tax deduction for uncollected judgments. I think the IRS requires that you put a reasonable effort into trying to collect it, but if you're unable to collect it, it can be a tax deduction for you. Check it out with your accountant or CPA. Call or text Chrissy at 407-808-8398 if you need a lawyer or attorney in Central Florida including Orlando, Winter Park, Windermere, Daytona Beach, The Villages, Melbourne, Altamonte Springs, Lake Mary, Longwood, College Park, Bay Hill, Oviedo, Sanford, DeLand, DeBary, Deltona, Leesburg, Clermont, Thornton Park, Baldwin Park, Ponce Inlet, New Smyrna, Ormond Beach, St. Augustine, Kissimmee. Olsen Law Group in Orlando at 407-423-5561. The Olsen on Law Radio Show is the longest running legal talk show in the country having started in June 1986.
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Troubleshooter Alert: Difficulty collecting judgement from small claims court
 
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CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Many people who believe they've been wronged turn to the courts for help. In Ohio and Indiana people can sue in small claims court for up to $6,000; $1,500 in Kentucky. When people sue in small claims court they don't need to hire a lawyer. But often times if even if people win their case they may have a hard time collecting their money. That's what Bonita Miller of Bond Hill said she found, “I was baking a pizza and it set off my carbon monoxide alarm. I couldn't rest my carbon monoxide alarm." The fire department came and turned off the gas line to her stove. Then she called a repairman who replaced a part. Miller said, “I paid him $240 and he left and I didn't bother to use the stove." She said she was afraid to use it but finally tried it again. After Miller used the stove again once again it didn't work correctly. The alarms went off and this time she called Duke Energy. They came out, disconnected the gas line and then said there was still a big problem. Miller called that repairman again but, “He was in here for less than half an hour. He didn't stay long enough to see the problems that I said that I was finding." Fearing carbon monoxide, she didn't use the stove for seven months. When she did, there was still a problem, so she called a different repairman who replaced the control panel. The first repairman wouldn't refund her money because his warranty expired. So she sued in small claims court and won a default judgement when the repairman didn't show up in court. But she hasn't been able to collect so she complained to the court but was told, “The judge has given you the judgement. They said we do absolutely nothing. You have to do what you can to get your money back." Since no court will automatically force someone to pay, what can people do if they find themselves in this situation? Well, there are several things people can do to try to collect through the court. First, file for a personal judgement debtor exam hearing. This is where the person who owes the money is compelled to appear in court so people can ask about their assets like bank accounts and bank balances. Then people can garnish the accounts, or even paychecks, in order to collect money. People can also file to seize their personal property through what's called a live execution where a bailiff seizes their property. If the debt involves a motor vehicle accident people can have their driver's license suspended.
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California Small Claims Court- What do I do after winning my Judgment?How to Collect?
 
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Carl Vesper, President, smallclaimsdepartment.com answers the question: smallclaimsdepartment.com is the leading small claims processor in California, Nevada, Arizona, Washington, Texas, New York and Oregon. Our web based company prepares your claim, files at the appropriate courthouse and Serves your Defendant(s). Submit your claim online, sit back, and let us do the work. Your only job? Go to court and win your case. We even offer collection services in California.
Views: 4420 Small Claims
POST JUDGMENT: HOW TO COLLECT YOUR MONEY?
 
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THE STERLING FIRM TELEPHONE: (310) 498-2750 EMAIL: [email protected] WEBSITE: WWW.THESTERLINGFIRM.COM DISCLAIMER: Not legal advice. For informational purposes only. POST JUDGMENT: HOW TO COLLECT YOUR MONEY? COURT ORDER FOR APPEARANCE OF JUDGMENT DEBTOR WRIT OF EXECUTION WAGE GARNISHMENT BANK GARNISHMENT BUSINESS LEVY REAL ESTATE LEVY USING AN ABSTRACT OF JUDGMENT TO PLACE A LIEN ON REAL PROPERTY THIRD PARTY CLAIMS CLAIM OF EXEMPTION
How to Levy a Bank Account (Collecting Your Small Claims Judgment, Part III)
 
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The "Collecting Your Small Claims Judgment" video series, presented by the Orange County Small Claims Advisory Program and the Legal Aid Society of Orange County, sets forth guidelines for the Small Claims collections process. The series begins by discussing Fair Debt Collection laws. It also defines concepts and terms used in the Small Claims process to assist the knowledge of the average Small Claims litigant. Furthermore, the series discusses common FAQs such as what to do when a debtor moves, what to do if your debtor has a specific type of license, and how to recover post-judgment costs in addition to the judgment. This series outlines the process of all methods of collection that a judgment creditor, or plaintiff, in a successful Small Claims action can use to satisfy the judgment. This series includes methods to collect from either individuals or businesses. These methods include wage garnishment, bank levy, property liens, the Debtor's Examination, collecting from a judgment debtor's spouse, executing a till tap, and executing a keeper. This series was created in October 2012. Any changes in the law after this date are not reflected here. For more information regarding Small Claims actions or the O.C. Small Claims Advisory Program, visit www.ocsmallclaims.com.
Massachusetts - Small Claims - How to Collect Money if You Win
 
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Explains how to get paid the money you win in a small claims case in Massachusetts
Judgement Recovery Services | How To Collect On A Judgement
 
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http://fordjudgmentrecovery.com/services This video is about Judgment Recovery Services. It provides information about collecting money after winning a judgment. Our company is dedicated to the enforcement of civil judgments. We can provide assistance anywhere in the country. We are experience with Judgment Recovery. We are very familiar with State Laws regarding Wage Garnishments, Asset Seizure, Real Estate Liens, and more. We have the resources, expertise, and systems to enforce the court judgment that you worked so hard to get. We will conduct a thorough investigation to uncover any assets, or sources of income, and take whatever steps are necessary to legally seize them! There is absolutely no cost to you. We cover all the costs and expenses incurred in locating the judgment debtor and enforcing the judgment. You have absolutely zero risks. And you have absolutely zero to lose. If we are able to recover any money at all you will receive payment based upon an amount that we have agreed to in writing. Visit Our Website Now To Contact Us: http://fordjudgmentrecovery.com/services
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Debt Collection: How to Locate Bank Accounts & Other Assets to Enforce Judgments
 
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Find out how to legally locate debtors' bank accounts and other assets and how to get the most value from your judgment enforcement attorney. Joe Dickerson, Founder & CEO, Financial Forensic Services (Denver)
Views: 12025 OffshoreAlert
9 Tips To Collect Owed Money | How To Clear Overdue Payments | Retrieve Loans From Friends
 
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https://www.realmenrealstyle.com/collect-owed-money/ - Click here to read the article about 9 Tips To Collect Owed Money | How To Clear Overdue Payments | Retrieve Loans From Friends https://www.realmenrealstyle.com/free-products/ - Click Here to claim your FREE 47 page eBook “7 Deadly Style Sins” Are you ready to up your style? Click here for the BEST style course on the planet! https://thestylesystem.com/youtube Shakespeare’s ‘The Merchant Of Venice,’ is about an abused moneylender who demands a pound of flesh from a merchant who is unable to repay a loan. Sounds drastic? Not if you have been in the moneylender’s shoes. Owed money can create frustration, ruin friendships and cause stress for both parties. I had a scenario where someone owed me money earlier this year. I discussed the situation with a friend of mine who was facing a similar problem. We approached the issue very differently - I took some tips from him and managed to resolve the outstanding payment with no blood spilt. How do you approach a friend, an employer or a company that owes you money? To read the full article, click here https://www.realmenrealstyle.com/collect-owed-money/
Views: 70444 Real Men Real Style
Massachusetts - Small Claims - How to Collect Money if You Win (Russian)
 
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Explains how to get paid the money you win in a small claims case in Massachusetts
Massachusetts - Small Claims - How to Collect Money if You Win (Spanish)
 
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Explains how to get paid the money you win in a small claims case in Massachusetts
Massachusetts - Small Claims - How to Collect Money if You Win (Haitian Creole)
 
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Explains how to get paid the money you win in a small claims case in Massachusetts
How do I Collect on My Judgment?
 
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You have pursued collection against your previous customer and have a judgment in hand. Now you want to actually recover some money…not just have a piece of paper. The most common collection action is an earnings garnishment. An earnings garnishment (sometimes called a wage garnishment) is a separate lawsuit, which adds the debtor’s employer. The wage garnishment directs the debtor’s employer to take a portion of the debtor’s paycheck and pay it to the creditor, rather than to the debtor. This is an effective way to collect on a judgment. However, a creditor should be aware that there are a number of instances in which a debtor is “exempt” from wage garnishment. Most notably, if the debtor is on any public assistance (like food stamps or Badger Care) or if the debtor falls below the federally-mandated poverty line. Another common collection action is a non-earnings garnishment. A non-earnings garnishment action is a separate lawsuit, which adds a third-party who owes the debtor money. For example, if the debtor is owed rent from a tenant, the creditor could file a non-earnings garnishment to attempt to force the tenant to pay the creditor, rather than the debtor, the rent money. There are also other less frequently used methods of collecting on a judgment. You should discuss the particulars of your case with your attorney. Deanne Koll is an Attorney with Bakke Norman Law Office. You can find out more about Bakke Norman and Deanne at http://BakkeNorman.com.
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How do I collect off of my judgement from a small claims case?
 
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Top 3 Ways to Enforce a Judgment
 
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Top 3 Ways to Enforce a Judgment Just because a court orders in your favor, this does not necessarily mean that the defendant will pay out what you are owed. In fact, in many cases, the defendant will simply ignore the order leaving you feeling as though you have no recourse. Fortunately, there are many steps you can take to legally enforce a judgment. The following is a look at the top three ways: Wage Garnishment Wage garnishment generally means that a judge will order a portion of the debtor's paycheck to be paid directly to you. The debtor will have no say in whether the amount is deducted. Instead, the employer will automatically deduct the sum to pay you. A wage garnishment may be the best way to ensure that your debt is repaid. Of course, this method only works when the debtor is employed. Bank Levy If you know which bank the debtor keeps his or her funds, you may pursue a bank levy. With a bank levy, a judge will essentially order that the debtor's account be frozen and seized. A judge may then order that some or all of the amount in the debtor's bank account be used to pay back the debt. The court will likely perform a survey to determine the extent of the debtor's holdings. Asset Levy An asset levy is similar to a bank levy in that a judge will essentially seize the personal property of the debtor to repay the creditor. However, an asset levy can be much more complicated as a judge will have to look for all of the debtor's property and value it. Unlike a bank account, it may be difficult for a judge to put a precise dollar figure on many assets such as jewelry, electronics, or art. Contact an Experienced Attorney Seeking to enforce a judgment against a debtor can be very difficult and complicated. As a result, you will want to work closely with an experienced attorney. Along with the three ways to enforce a judgment mentioned here, there may be additional options for your specific situation.
Views: 3024 Snellings Law LLC
How To Collect From A Judgement Debtor: Wage Garnishments, Bank Levys & Property Liens
 
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http://www.jplps.com/collect-judgement-debtor-wage-garnishments-bank-levys-property-liens/ If you're owed money from a court judgment, JPL Process Service can help you get paid faster and safer. Serving wage garnishments, bank levys and real estate liens throughout California.
I Sued, Went to Court, Won, And He STILL Won't Pay Me Back.
 
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UPDATE: The former roommate sent a money order the day after this video was posted. Watch here for the update: https://youtu.be/Y35nzrGkuOA Sharing my story/perspective on suing my former best friend/roommate in small claims court (in los angeles, california). This is not legal advice! If you have any similar experiences or insight on my case, feel free to post a comment! It's important to note that there is time limitations, but they are typically 2-3 years so don't give up hope. I personally would not recommend suing for less than 500 dollars, but at the end of the day the decision will always be yours and noone else's. This includes probably the quickest summary of my "drama" from last year. I did not find it necessary to include name of the roommate because that's not what this is about. Also, how weird that "The People's Court" has your information if you file a claim? They mailed me that letter and also called me several times. ✔️Yo, patreons! Go listen to the new edwin and mina podcast: http://www.patreon.com/edwinsgeneration ✔️instagram me: http://www.instagram.com/edwinsgeneration ✔️tweet me! http://goo.gl/07BKQk ✔️facebook me too: http://www.facebook.com/edwinsgeneration ✔️Subscribe to my vlog channel for weekly videos of my life: http://www.youtube.com/famousedwin ❕BUSINESS INQUIRY: [email protected] I'm Edwin and I make weekly videos addressing personal experiences and other topics in a comedic tone.
Views: 55479 Edwins Generation
How to Collect From Debtors Who Relocate (Collecting Your Small Claims Judgment, Part X)
 
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The "Collecting Your Small Claims Judgment" video series, presented by the Orange County Small Claims Advisory Program and the Legal Aid Society of Orange County, sets forth guidelines for the Small Claims collections process. The series begins by discussing Fair Debt Collection laws. It also defines concepts and terms used in the Small Claims process to assist the knowledge of the average Small Claims litigant. Furthermore, the series discusses common FAQs such as what to do when a debtor moves, what to do if your debtor has a specific type of license, and how to recover post-judgment costs in addition to the judgment. This series outlines the process of all methods of collection that a judgment creditor, or plaintiff, in a successful Small Claims action can use to satisfy the judgment. This series includes methods to collect from either individuals or businesses. These methods include wage garnishment, bank levy, property liens, the Debtor's Examination, collecting from a judgment debtor's spouse, executing a till tap, and executing a keeper. This series was created in October 2012. Any changes in the law after this date are not reflected here. For more information regarding Small Claims actions or the O.C. Small Claims Advisory Program, visit www.ocsmallclaims.com.
What if I lose my Small Claims or District Court collection lawsuit?
 
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http://www.alabamaconsumer.com/2015/03/what-if-i-lose-my-small-claims-or-district-court-collection-lawsuit/ Anytime a trial happens, someone will win and someone will lose. So what do you do if you lose? Option one is to work things out with the collection lawyer. Come to a settlement. The advantage is you are done with the case once you pay. The disadvantage is you have a judgment against you. Option two is to appeal. You don't have to prove you have a good case to appeal. Instead you have an automatic right to appeal. This is because you (and the company that sued you) have a constitutional right to a trial by jury. But since there is no right to a trial by jury in small claims (or district court), you must have a right to appeal to circuit court where we can have jury trials. 14 days to appeal -- pay a fee -- and when you file the right paperwork you will have the case appealed to circuit court. The case starts over -- "de novo" -- as if it was originally filed in circuit court. The circuit court judge doesn't really care who won or lost in the lower court (small claims or district). Appeals are rare as typically the same result will happen in circuit court as district or small claims court. If you have questions about your options when sued in Alabama (you have as many as five -- http://www.alabamaconsumer.com/2014/09/5-options-sued-debt-collector-alabama/), please feel free to get in touch with us by calling us at 205-879-2447 or contacting us through our website www.AlabamaConsumer.com. John G. Watts Watts & Herring, LLC Birmingham and Madison Offices in Alabama We represent consumers from all parts of Alabama No representation is made that the quality of legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.
Collecting Money Judgments DIY In Court Workshop 2017
 
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You've won your day in court. Now, how do you collect what you're owed? Follow the steps outlined in this video to collect your judgment. Additional Resources: https://www.mypalmbeachclerk.com/workshop/collecting-money-judgments.aspx Free Self-Service Center Workshops: First Wednesday Each Month at the Main Courthouse.
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Judgment Investing -Small Claims Court Judgments
 
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http://www.JudgementInvesting.com Small claims court judgments are a perfect place to start your judgement investing efforts. It's important that you know how to screen them so you can find the ones that have the highest probability of being collectible. That's a pretty simple process once you know what to look for. When you're buying older judgments that the plaintiff has giving up on, you can often buy judgments for pennies on the dollar. This helps you keep your risk down on any one small claims court judgment that you buy because if you aren't able to collect, you don't have too much money invested in any one judgment. As far as conducting your own judgment recovery business, sticking with small claims judgments can help you keep costs and risks down. Judgment investing this way can help you feel better about the judgments you have in your inventory waiting to pay off. For help with your judgment investing business... Download my FREE BOOK called, "The 5-Minute Survival Guide For Judgment Investing" by going to the website above. http://www.FindPrivateMoney.net Free Book- Money Sources for Real Estate Investing. Download here.
Views: 1006 CashFlowInstitute1
Buy Sell Collect Money Judgments Online
 
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http://www.judgmentinvesting.com/marketplace Buy Sell Collect Money Judgments at this marketplace for judgment investors. 1,000's of people are already there now. Now you have another way to find and collect money judgments from the comfort of your home :-) I did an interview with the person who created this online judgment investing marketplace and how you can be using it to profit ASAP...Listen to the interview here. I hope this helps! Mark Walters~ http://www.judgmentinvesting.com collect judgments, buy judgments, sell judgments, judgment recovery, judgement recovery, lien investing, judgment investing
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Get what you're owed in small claims court
 
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Court handles cases up to $3,500.
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How to Do a Wage Garnishment (Collecting Your Small Claims Judgment, Part II)
 
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The "Collecting Your Small Claims Judgment" video series, presented by the Orange County Small Claims Advisory Program and the Legal Aid Society of Orange County, sets forth guidelines for the Small Claims collections process. The series begins by discussing Fair Debt Collection laws. It also defines concepts and terms used in the Small Claims process to assist the knowledge of the average Small Claims litigant. Furthermore, the series discusses common FAQs such as what to do when a debtor moves, what to do if your debtor has a specific type of license, and how to recover post-judgment costs in addition to the judgment. This series outlines the process of all methods of collection that a judgment creditor, or plaintiff, in a successful Small Claims action can use to satisfy the judgment. This series includes methods to collect from either individuals or businesses. These methods include wage garnishment, bank levy, property liens, the Debtor's Examination, collecting from a judgment debtor's spouse, executing a till tap, and executing a keeper. This series was created in October 2012. Any changes in the law after this date are not reflected here. For more information regarding Small Claims actions or the O.C. Small Claims Advisory Program, visit www.ocsmallclaims.com.
DEBT COLLECTION  AFTER JUDGMENT
 
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This is another seminar in the, "Access to Justice" series, presented by local attorneys and sponsored by the Nevada County Superior Court Public Law Center. If you would like to be notified, attend, or suggest an Access to Justice seminar topic email: [email protected] The Law Library is open 9:30a.m.- 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday; closed weekends and holidays. The Law Librarian is available 9:30 a.m.- 2:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. The telephone/fax number is (530) 265-2918. E-mail: [email protected]
Views: 18781 Buck Stoval
How do you collect rent from a former tenant?
 
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The typical venue to sue a former tenant is small claims court. However, getting the judgment against the former tenant is the easy part. The hard part is trying to collect the final judgment. In Florida, someone's homestead is not subject to liens by creditors. Transcript: Attorney Tom Olsen: James, you're on News 96.5, go ahead. James: Yes Tom, I have a tenant landlord question. I have a tenant who has left the lease with about two months remaining, leaving a debt of about $4,500. His step-mother died in another city in Florida and left the home to him and he says he's going to pay me as soon as he gets everything straightened out. I have found out he has put a reverse mortgage on the home. So I have two questions. How do I effect a judgment for the debt he still owes? Where do I file a claim? Do I file a claim, first of all? Where do I file it? How do I effect a judgment once I have it, knowing there's a reverse mortgage out there? Attorney Tom Olsen: James, you would pursue this through Small Claims Court in the county where the property was being rented, and you're calling from Orlando, so that might have been Orange County, so even if he is living in a different county now, you could sue him in Orange County. You would have to serve a copy of the complaint on him wherever he happens to be living now. Now, James, getting a judgment against somebody, including your former tenant, is usually the easy part. The hard part is trying to collect it. Now, James, here in the state of Florida, the home you live in, not your rental property, not your investment property, the home you live in is absolutely protected from creditor claims. Doctors, hospitals, credit cards, etc. So, James, he could be living in this house that he inherited and it could be worth a million dollars free and clear, but you could still not put a lien on it. So the fact that he's got a reverse mortgage doesn't matter to you because you never had a lien against it anyway. So, James, you're going to have to make a decision whether it's worthwhile for you to spend your time and money to pursue this former tenant and often the answer is no, James. That's my recommendation for you. Hey folks we want to remind you again. Call us next week at your office. We're always happy to give you a few minutes of free legal advice at 407-423-5561. That's the Olsen Law Group in Orlando. Or, you can always email us through out website and that is lawtube.com. Like YouTube but LawTube. Thanks for much for all your great calls and questions. I do so much appreciate it. If I may, a suggestion for you, go outdoors and take pleasure in the beauty of nature and, as always, enjoy your friends and family. My name is Tom Olsen. The name of the show is Olsen on Law. You're listening to News 96.5. https://www.youtube.com/user/lawtubechannel to subscribe to our newest legal videos. http://www.lawtube.com to check out our Video Law Library. Attorney Tom Olsen is host of the Olsen on Law Radio Show on FM 96.5 WDBO in Orlando. You can reach Tom at 407-423-5561 or [email protected] Tom has been answering legal questions on his radio show for over 30 years and has been practicing law in Orlando, Florida for over 35 years. Also, TEXT or call Chrissy Merrill at 407-808-8398 with your legal questions. Produced by Professional Media Ideas. Call or text Chrissy Merrill at 407-808-8398 or by email at [email protected]
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How to win a small claims court lawsuit
 
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http://www.vondranlegal.com FEEL FREE TO SHARE OUR VIDEOS!! Here are some general court tips to hopefully help you win your small claims lawsuit. Whether you are dealing with breach of contract, fraud, business disputes, landlord tenant issues, or other claims for money damages, this video will hopefully help you whether you are the plaintiff or defendant in the small claims case. Some general tips are: 1. Prepare your case - make sure you understand all the facts of the case 2. Have evidence - any evidence pertaining to your case make sure you bring it with you, and have copies for the judge and your oppoenent 3. LISTEN to the judge and DON'T INTERRUPT 4. If you are winning - SHUT UP!! 5. Don't get into an arguing match with your opponent - keep the Order in the Court. 6. Show up on time 7. Be neatly dressed - "Dress how you want to be addressed" 8. Be short and concise and hit your 3 KEY POINTS (or more if you are given the time), but many times these cases go fast so have your main points ready. 9. Relax and take a few deep breaths before you get up there. 10. Enjoy you get to act like the lawyer today!! _____________________________ PLEASE SUPPORT US ON PATREON - OUR GOAL IS TO BE THE LEADING PROVIDER OF LEGAL NEWS AND INFORMATION BUT WE THERE IS NO WAY WE CAN DO IT WITHOUT YOUR SUPPORT. LET'S CHANGE THE WORLD TOGETHER: http://www.Patreon.com/AttorneySteve
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Collecting a judgment
 
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Recovering funds from a lawsuit or fraud judgment - http://www.afxsearch.com/
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Massachusetts - Small Claims - How to Collect Money if You Win (Vietnamese)
 
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Explains how to get paid the money you win in a small claims case in Massachusetts
What if I win my Small Claims or District Court collection case?
 
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http://www.alabamaconsumer.com/2015/03/what-if-i-win-my-small-claims-or-district-court-collection-case/ So you won the collection case filed against you by Cavalry, LVNV, Midland, Portfolio, etc -- now what does this mean? First, congratulations for winning! Second, remember the losing side can always appeal although this is not very common. Third, winning your case normally means you do not owe the debt. Fourth, since you don't owe the debt, there can't be credit reporting by the debt collector saying you owe the debt (since you had a judge say you don't owe the debt). Fifth, if there was credit reporting at any time by the debt collector on this "debt" (the one you don't owe) then this normally violates the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). Sixth, the lawsuit itself against you may be in violation of the FDCPA as you don't owe the debt but you got sued for owing a debt. Seventh, the debt collector can't ever collect this debt against you again as you don't owe it. Eighth, if the debt collector ever sells or transfers the debt, this will normally violate the FDCPA and the new debt collector will be violating the FDCPA as there will be illegal debt collection on a debt you don't owe. Finally, if any of the above has happened, you need to look at whether you can sue under the FDCPA, perhaps under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), malicious prosecution, etc. We often file these lawsuits in Federal Court but there are some strict time limits involved so get in touch with us if you are interested in talking. If you sue, this tends to make the debt collector leave you alone. They may owe you money damages and you can make sure this comes off of your credit report. If you have questions about your options when sued in Alabama (you have as many as five -- http://www.alabamaconsumer.com/2014/09/5-options-sued-debt-collector-alabama/), or if you want to talk about winning your lawsuit, please feel free to get in touch with us by calling us at 205-879-2447 or contacting us through our website www.AlabamaConsumer.com. John G. Watts Watts & Herring, LLC Birmingham and Madison Offices in Alabama We represent consumers from all parts of Alabama No representation is made that the quality of legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.
How do I collect money on a small claims judgment?
 
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Lawyer Martin Sweet answers questions about Small Claims Court.
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Massachusetts - Small Claims - How to Collect Money if You Win (Khmer)
 
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Explains how to get paid the money you win in a small claims case in Massachusetts
California Small Claims Limit  CA Form 100 Instructions by Judgement Collection Agency
 
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California Small Claims Limit | CA Form 100 Instructions by Judgement Collection Agency. http://www.service-of-process.net/judgement-collection-agency/ & http://www.lancecasey.com/judgement-collection-agency/ How To Collect a Judgment Manual http://www.wipserver.net/ http://www.service-of-process.net/small-claims-form-sc-100/ http://www.service-of-process.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/sc-107-Small-Claims-subpoena-for-personal-appearance-and-production-of-documents.pdf Lance Casey & Associates 2386 Fair Oaks Blvd Sacramento CA 95825 (800) 683-4769 http://www.prentice-hall-corporation-system-inc-process-server.com/
How to Settle Judgments, Lawsuits, Collection accounts with an Attorney
 
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You can settle debts even when you are being contacted by an attorney debt collector, have a lawsuit, or even a judgment. There is more to it, however, than settling with a collection agency or directly with your original creditor or bank. SHARE THIS VIDEO: https://youtu.be/C9kMawWpGqQ WATCH MORE RELATED VIDEOS: https://goo.gl/efd1Eq MORE DETAILED INFO ON THESE TYPES OF ACCOUNTS: http://consumerrecoverynetwork.com/question/can-you-settle-credit-card-judgements-like-other-debts-stressed/ ∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷ For more tips on how to get out of debt, SUBSCRIBE ➤➤➤ http://bit.ly/1ZPZ8Q2 ∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷∷ ▼FOLLOW ME: LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com/in/debtbytes Google+ - http://plus.google.com/+MichaelBovee Twitter - http://twitter.com/debtbytes Facebook - https://facebook.com/consumerrecoverynetwork/ ▼READ OUR BLOG: http://consumerrecoverynetwork.com ▼FIND YOUR DEBT SOLUTION: http://consumerrecoverynetwork.com/debt-solutions-review/ ▼ASK ME ANY QUESTIONS YOU HAVE: http://consumerrecoverynetwork.com/ask-a-question/ (reader questions for our channel are selected from here) Michael Bovee started CRN in 2004 with a mission to provide people in need with detailed credit and debt help. The DebtBytes Channel is an extension of the CRN blog, and is dedicated to finding the debt relief option or strategy that works best for you.
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How to Collect on a Judgement by Kahane Law Office
 
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www.Kahanelaw.com Collecting on a judgment is the next step if you take someone to court, (sue them) and win. When you win in a court of law it is referred to as a judgment. In Alberta, there are two courts in which you can sue somebody. You can sue in Alberta Provincial Court (small claims court) or the Court of Queen's Bench. The process for collecting is similar in both instances but the process for suing is a little different in the two courts. Watch our video and, while not a substitute for getting an Alberta lawyer working for you, it will give you an idea of the process. The Kahane Law Legal Minute is brought to you by Jeff Kahane of Kahane Law in Calgary, Canada. http://www.KahaneLaw.com/ (403) 225-8810 Kahane Law Legal Minute - How to collect on a Judgement Do you have a legal question you'd like "The Kahane Law Legal Minute" to answer? Add your legal question in the comments below or contact us at [email protected] WARNING: This presentation is for LEGAL INFORMATION ONLY. Laws will vary by jurisdiction. They also may change by legislation or court ruling. Each situation is different and no one rule applies to every situation so it is IMPORTANT for you to contact a lawyer to get legal advice specific to your situation.
Views: 1456 Kahane Law Office
Collection of Money Judgements:  Should You Even Bother?
 
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Discussion of Collection practices for landlords presented by Attorney Tristan Pettit of Petrie & Stocking S.C. www.petriestocking.com
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What happens after Small Claims Court: Getting what you won
 
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www.Kahanelaw.com Winning in small claims court is just the first step to collections. Collecting on your small claims court judgment can be frustrating if you do not know what to do. This includes garnishing wages and garnishment of bank accounts. This video helps you learn the different ways of collecting on judgements. The Kahane Law Legal Minute is brought to you by Jeff Kahane of Kahane Law in Calgary, Canada. http://www.KahaneLaw.com/ (403) 225-8810 Kahane Law Legal Minute - What happens after Small Claims Court Do you have a legal question you'd like "The Kahane Law Legal Minute" to answer? Add your legal question in the comments below or contact us at [email protected] WARNING: This presentation is for LEGAL INFORMATION ONLY. Laws will vary by jurisdiction. They also may change by legislation or court ruling. Each situation is different and no one rule applies to every situation so it is IMPORTANT for you to contact a lawyer to get legal advice specific to your situation.
Views: 879 Kahane Law Office
Credit Card Company Is Taking Me To Court!
 
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Dave explains what steps to take if a credit card company is taking you to court. Subscribe to stay up to date with the latest videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/DaveRamseyShow?sub_confirmation=1 Visit the Dave Ramsey store today for resources to help you take control of your money! https://goo.gl/gEv6Tj Welcome to The Dave Ramsey Show like you've never seen it before. The show live streams on YouTube M-F 2-5pm ET! Watch Dave live in studio every day and see behind-the-scenes action from Dave's producers. Watch video profiles of debt-free callers and see them call in live from Ramsey Solutions. During breaks, you'll see exclusive content from people like Rachel Cruze, and Chris Hogan, Christy Wright and Chris Brown —as well as all kinds of other video pieces that we'll unveil every day. The Dave Ramsey Show channel will change the way you experience one of the most popular radio shows in the country!
Views: 15582 The Dave Ramsey Show
What Happens When You Are Sued By A Debt Collector in District or Small Claim Court in Alabama
 
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http://www.alabamaconsumer.com/2015/06/a-detailed-overview-of-being-sued-by-a-debt-collector-debt-buyer-in-small-claims-or-district-court/ Consumer Protection Attorney John G. Watts answers your questions about what happens when you are sued by a debt collector in district or small claims court in Alabama. We talk about the following: **Collection court lawsuit (complaint) **Being served **Advertisement letters from bankruptcy lawyers and non lawyer "mediation firm" of Ferry & Nicholas **Time limits to answer a small claims and district court lawsuit **How to file an answer **When you get a trial date notice **What to do BEFORE you go to trial **What happens in trial **What happens after trial if you win or lose **Why you may have the right to sue the debt collector for false credit reporting and other violations of the law after you beat the collector in the collection trial We hope you enjoy this video and feel free to share or comment below thanks! John G. Watts 205-879-2447 Watts & Herring, LLC Birmingham and Madison Alabama offices (Serving clients in all parts of Alabama) http://www.alabamaconsumer.com/ No representation is made that the quality of legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.
Recovering Post-Judgment Costs (Collecting Your Small Claims Judgment, Part IX)
 
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The "Collecting Your Small Claims Judgment" video series, presented by the Orange County Small Claims Advisory Program and the Legal Aid Society of Orange County, sets forth guidelines for the Small Claims collections process. The series begins by discussing Fair Debt Collection laws. It also defines concepts and terms used in the Small Claims process to assist the knowledge of the average Small Claims litigant. Furthermore, the series discusses common FAQs such as what to do when a debtor moves, what to do if your debtor has a specific type of license, and how to recover post-judgment costs in addition to the judgment. This series outlines the process of all methods of collection that a judgment creditor, or plaintiff, in a successful Small Claims action can use to satisfy the judgment. This series includes methods to collect from either individuals or businesses. These methods include wage garnishment, bank levy, property liens, the Debtor's Examination, collecting from a judgment debtor's spouse, executing a till tap, and executing a keeper. This series was created in October 2012. Any changes in the law after this date are not reflected here. For more information regarding Small Claims actions or the O.C. Small Claims Advisory Program, visit www.ocsmallclaims.com.
Part 2 Judgement Investing - 100% Returns Secured by Real Estate
 
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http://www.EasyJudgmentInvesting.com Judgement Investing - 100% Returns Secured by Real Estate! Looking for judgments, money judgments, collecting judgments, court judgments, buy judgments? Look Here
Views: 1057 qtyghj49
The Law Show with Brian Dailey - Collecting a Judgement
 
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The caller put in a forfeiture and is waiting to see how long it will take to collect the money.
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How to sue a tenant for monetary damages
 
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https://www.youtube.com/user/lawtubechannel to subscribe to our newest legal videos. http://www.lawtube.com to check out our Video Law Library. Attorney Tom Olsen is host of the Olsen on Law Radio Show on FM 96.5 WDBO in Orlando. You can reach Tom at 407-423-5561 or [email protected] Tom has been answering legal questions on his radio show for 26 years and has been practicing law in Orlando, Florida for over 30 years. CALL OR TEXT CHRISSY AT 407-808-8398 IF YOU NEED A LAWYER OR ATTORNEY IN CENTRAL FLORIDA INCLUDING ORLANDO, WINTER PARK, WINDERMERE, DAYTONA BEACH, THE VILLAGES, MELBOURNE, ALTAMONTE, LAKE MARY, LONGWOOD, COLLEGE PARK, BAY HILL, OVIEDO, SANFORD, DELAND, DEBARY, DELTONA, LEESBURG, CLERMONT, THORTON PARK, BALDWIN PARK, PONCE INLET, NEW SYMNRA, ORMOND BEACH, ST. AUGUSTINE, KISSIMMEE. Attorney Tom Olsen: Let's go to Janet in Orlando. Janet, you're on News Talk WDBO, go ahead. Janet: Yes. My question is, I had a tenant that lived there in my rental property for four months, non-payment, I took them to court. How long does it - if I can take him to small claims court - to collect my money? Attorney Tom Olsen: Well, step number one is -- first of all, did you go through a legal eviction process to evict your tenant? Janet: Yes sir. Attorney Tom Olsen: So when you evict a tenant, there are two parts to that eviction lawsuit. Number one is, asking the judge to get a court order to kick them out of your house. And then part two is going back, at a later date, and proving to the judge what your damages are, unpaid rent, damages to your property, what it cost you to find a new tenant, and get a judgement against that tenant, a piece of paper that says they owe you money and then you go out and you try and collect it as best you can. So Janet, have you gotten a judgement against your tenant yet? Janet: Not yet. Attorney Tom Olsen: Okay. Attorney Tom Olsen: With all that said, Janet, what is your question to me? Janet: Okay, my question is, so I have to take him to small claims court to collect my money when I get a judgement? Attorney Tom Olsen: You're confusing me now Janet. Because you've already started a legal action against them to evict them, you just need to proceed with part B of that legal action to get a judgement against them. Janet: Okay. All right. Attorney Tom Olsen: All right. I'm glad you're clear, because I'm sure not clear on what we're talking about here, Janet, now. But Janet, here, I will tell you this good news, okay? Rob Solomon is the attorney at my office that does landlord-tenant work. If you're still confused, because you got me a little bit confused, you can hang up the phone with me, you can call my office right now at 407-423-5561 and ask for attorney Rob Solomon. He's the attorney at our office that does landlord-tenant work. Produced by Professional Media Ideas. Call or text Chrissy Merrill at 407-808-8398 or by email at [email protected]
Views: 1845 LawTube
Part 1 Judgement Investing - 100% Returns Secured by Real Estate
 
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http://www.EasyJudgmentInvesting.com Judgement Investing - 100% Returns Secured by Real Estate! Looking for judgments, money judgments, collecting judgments, court judgments, buy judgments? Look Here
Views: 378 qtyghj49
Judge Peter Evans of Palm Beach County on How to Collect a Judgment in Small Claims Court
 
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Judge Peter Evans who is up for re-election in The Palm Beach County Court Group 4 talks about how the small claims court can assist a judgment creditor in collecting a judgment.
Views: 605 Reelectevans
Collecting Your Small Claims Judgment:  Collecting from a Debtor's Spouse (Part VI)
 
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The "Collecting Your Small Claims Judgment" video series, presented by the Orange County Small Claims Advisory Program and the Legal Aid Society of Orange County, sets forth guidelines for the Small Claims collections process. The series begins by discussing Fair Debt Collection laws. It also defines concepts and terms used in the Small Claims process to assist the knowledge of the average Small Claims litigant. Furthermore, the series discusses common FAQs such as what to do when a debtor moves, what to do if your debtor has a specific type of license, and how to recover post-judgment costs in addition to the judgment. This series outlines the process of all methods of collection that a judgment creditor, or plaintiff, in a successful Small Claims action can use to satisfy the judgment. This series includes methods to collect from either individuals or businesses. These methods include wage garnishment, bank levy, property liens, the Debtor's Examination, collecting from a judgment debtor's spouse, executing a till tap, and executing a keeper. This series was created in October 2012. For more information regarding Small Claims actions or the O.C. Small Claims Advisory Program, visit www.ocsmallclaims.com.
How to Put a Lien on Your Debtor's Property (Collecting Your Small Claims Judgment, Part IV)
 
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The "Collecting Your Small Claims Judgment" video series, presented by the Orange County Small Claims Advisory Program and the Legal Aid Society of Orange County, sets forth guidelines for the Small Claims collections process. The series begins by discussing Fair Debt Collection laws. It also defines concepts and terms used in the Small Claims process to assist the knowledge of the average Small Claims litigant. Furthermore, the series discusses common FAQs such as what to do when a debtor moves, what to do if your debtor has a specific type of license, and how to recover post-judgment costs in addition to the judgment. This series outlines the process of all methods of collection that a judgment creditor, or plaintiff, in a successful Small Claims action can use to satisfy the judgment. This series includes methods to collect from either individuals or businesses. These methods include wage garnishment, bank levy, property liens, the Debtor's Examination, collecting from a judgment debtor's spouse, executing a till tap, and executing a keeper. This series was created in October 2012. For more information regarding Small Claims actions or the O.C. Small Claims Advisory Program, visit www.ocsmallclaims.com.
New York Debt Collection and Enforcement of Money Judgments
 
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Jocelyn Nager, an industry leader in the field of debt collection and commercial litigation was a guest speaker at the New York State Bar Association. Watch and Learn about Debt collections and the Enforcement of Money Judgment.

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