Q: How do I know if my Judgment is still collectible?
A: This varies from state to state. In the state of Florida, Judgments are good for 10 years from the date they are entered, and may be renewed once. Generally, this means that a Judgment may be valid for up to 20 years.
Q: What if I hold a Judgment against someone, but I do not have a copy of the Judgment?
A: Most Clerk of the Courts have a link to their county's Official Records on their website. You may be able to view and print a copy of your Judgment. However, if your county does not provide this service, the Clerk of the Court should be able to provide you with a copy. Make sure to check with the Court, as there is generally a small fee required for this service.
Q: Do I need to have the contact information for the person/company that my Judgment is against?
A: No. Our team will utilize our skills and tools to determine a current location.
Q: How much will I have to pay your office?
A: Nothing! There is absolutely no cost to you. Should we choose to purchase your Judgment, our office will pay you!
Q: How soon should I expect to receive payment if you choose to purchase my Judgment?
A: As soon as our office completes an evaluation of your Judgment and advises you of our interest to purchase, you should receive your payment within 10 days of signing the agreement.
Q: If you purchase my Judgment, will I no longer be associated with the Judgment or court case?
A: In order for us to purchase your Judgment, a mutual agreement would be signed by both you and our representative. This agreement will state that you have sold us the Judgment and that you are no longer the "owner." However, this agreement will not remove your name from the original court case.
Q: What if I hold multiple Judgments against different people/companies?
A: You may contact our office and provide us with information on the Judgments for our staff to review/evaluate. We will then determine whether we can purchase all or a portion of the Judgments.
Q: How do I get started?
A: Simply click the link "Submit Your Judgment for Evaluation," fill out as much information as you can and, if possible, attach a copy of the Judgment or you may also submit your Judgment via Fax or Mail. Our office will then process your information and will contact you as soon as possible. Or, if you prefer, you may contact our office directly.