Need advice about a judgment affecting your business? Contact expert enforcement of judgments attorney George G. Romain.
Options for Enforcement of Judgments
Both state and federal law provide the holders of judgments with many options for enforcing them. In the state of California, judgments are enforceable for 10 years and can be renewed indefinitely until the entire judgment has been paid. If the debtor refuses to pay your judgment outright, your southern California enforcement of judgments attorney can help you to get the compensation you deserve through legal actions like:
- Putting liens on real property
- Garnishing wages
- Emptying bank accounts
- Seizing and selling property
- Forcing the target of the judgment to come back to court to discuss the situation or risk jail time
Facing a Judgment?
George G. Romain can also assist businesses facing judgments. If another party initiates an action against you, George G. Romain can help you negotiate a settlement to save you the inconvenience and disruption of being the subject of enforcement activity. If you do not wish to settle, an enforcement of judgments attorney in southern California can at least ensure that your exemptions have been calculated correctly and prevent any exempt assets or property from being confiscated.
Why Choose George G. Romain as your Southern California Enforcement of Judgments Attorney
At the Law Office of George G. Romain, we are strong believers in the importance of honesty, integrity, ethics, and justice. We will help you stand up for your rights and make sure the orders of the courts are upheld, no matter which side of the judgment dispute you may be on. Call us today to learn more about how we can help guide your business through the process of enforcing a judgment.