Judgment Enforcement

Judgment Enforcement

You may already have the information needed to collect on your money judgment

If you do we can help you do so right away through an Earnings Withholding Order, Bank Levy or Third Party Levy and if you don't , we can help you get it! 

You can start collecting on your judgment right now if you have any of the following information.

  1. If you know where the debtor works at, you could collect through an Earnings Withholding Order.
  2. If you know where the debtor banks at and have their account number, you could collect through a Bank Levy.
  3. If you know the debtor owns a rental property and who their tenants are, you could collect through a Third Party Levy, also called a Rent Levy.
  4. If you know the debtor is owed money by a person or a company, you could collect through a Third Party Levy.
  5. If you know the debtor owns a home or land in a specific county, you could fill out and record an Abstract of Judgment or a "Lien" in that county to prevent the debtor from selling or refinancing, before paying off your judgment.
  6. If the judgment is against a business you may be able to collect through a Till Tap or Keeper, this can only be preformed by the sheriff's department  in that specific county, so please contact them directly.
  7. Once your judgment has been paid off, don't forget to fill out and file an Acknowledgment of Satisfaction of Judgment with the court.

If you don't have any of this information, don't worry we can help you get it!

  1. You can have the debtor personally served, by a Registered Process Server, with an Application and Order for Appearance and Examination to force them to come to a hearing and disclose their assets to you or face a Bench Warrant, if you so choose. Remember to print a copy of the courts Suggested List of Questions for a Debtor Examination and take it with you to the hearing.
  2. We may be able to locate the debtor's assets through an Asset Search, preformed by our private investigator, LRS Investigations, P.I. #16723.

You decide whether you can collect through an Earnings Withholding Order, a Bank Levy or a Third Party Levy and we'll take care of the rest.

Earnings Withholding Order

Judgment Enforcement of small claims and civil judgments through a debtors wages can be found in this section. Collection through a Bank Levy or a bank account will be found in the following section.


You Provide -

Employer's name and payroll department address or alternative service address

Debtor's social security number, if known 

A copy of your money Judgment

An original signed Application for Earnings Withholding Order An original Writ of Execution (Must have "Limited" or "Unlimited" under the case number.)

Don't forget to fill out and file a Memorandum of Costs After Judgment, Acknowledgment of Credit, and Declaration of Accrued Interest, before you file the writ to get our process serving fees back when the Writ is issued by the court.

A Check payable to the Sheriff's Department for $35.00

A Check payable to D&R Legal Process Service, LLC. for $200.00


Bank Levy

You Provide -
Banks name and address
Debtor's account number
Debtor's social security number, if known
A copy of your money judgment
An original signed Sheriff's Instructions
An original Writ of Execution (Must have "Limited" or "Unlimited" under the case number.)
Don't forget to fill out and file a Memorandum of Costs After Judgment, Acknowledgment of Credit, and Declaration of Accrued Interest, before you file the writ to get our process serving fees back when the Writ is issued by the court.

  • A Check payable to the Sheriff's Department for $40.00.
  • A Check payable to D&R Legal Process Service, LLC. for $200.00.

Third Party Levy

You Provide -
The third party's name and address
A copy of your money judgment
An original signed Sheriff's Instructions
An original Writ of Execution (Must have "Limited" or "Unlimited" under the case number.)
Don't forget to fill out and file a Memorandum of Costs After Judgment, Acknowledgment of Credit, and Declaration of Accrued Interest, before you file the writ to get our process serving fees back when the Writ is issued by the court.

  • A Check payable to the Sheriff's Department for $40.00.
  • A Check payable to D&R Legal Process Service, LLC. for $200.00.

Contact Us Today!

Better yet, see us in person!

 

We can be in and out serving papers all day long but generally our office hours are as below. If we are not in, please complete our Fillable Work Order and put everything in an envelope and drop it through our mail slot with your payment.

If your service is a RUSH please call us TODAY!

Toll Free at 1-877-797-9996 and let us know you dropped it off through the mail slot or emailed it to us and we will get someone by the D&R Legal Process Service, LLC. office to pick it up.

D&R Legal Process Service, LLC.

39159 Paseo Padre Pkwy. #112, Fremont, CA 94538

1-510-797-9996

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