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You’ve got a judgment, now what?

So you’ve successfully recovered a judgment in a court of law in South Carolina? You sued and received a judgment against the defendant debtor and/or business, and the debtor will not pay voluntarily now what? Unbeknownst to many, a judgment in South Carolina can be worth little more than the piece of paper it is printed on.  In fact, post-judgment enforcement in SC can be a most daunting and difficult venture for creditors due to the favorable debtor laws in South Carolina.

Regardless of how the judgment originated, often the most difficult task is the enforcement and collection of the judgment.

A Judgment Collection Attorney is what you need. We first utilize our access to the same high-end investigative resources used by financial institutions and law enforcement, which we use to locate even the most difficult-to-locate debtors and debtor assets.

Once the debtor and the debtors assets have been located, we aggressively employ our judgment enforcement methods, using every legal means available to attach/seize/garnish those assets to enforce your judgment collection. In cases where debtors hide, move, or transfer assets; we implement all the required procedures to pierce through and counteract these attempts at protection of debtor assets.

About Us

We perform post-judgment enforcement methods aggressively and ethically, fully complying with all of the relevant legal regulations and court procedures. Post-judgment enforcement is a specialized area of law. Many successful litigation lawyers hire our firm for their post-judgment enforcement because judgment collection is one of our very few primary practice areas. Our practice has included successful settlements throughout South Carolina and is not limited to one specific geographic area of the state.  Often debtors will have hidden assets throughout the state of South Carolina and even nationwide and our firm specializes in pursuing, foreclosing, and seizing those assets wherever they may be. Unlike many other areas of law, judgment collection, or post-judgment enforcement as some call it, is not limited to a small area or city, but requires our firm’s aggressive pursuit of assets and judgments in South Carolina.  While our practice is headquartered in Greenville, we have successfully litigated post-judgment collections throughout the entire state of South Carolina.

What

Judgment Enforcement & Judgment Recovery in South Carolina: You sued and received a judgment against the defendant debtor and/or business, and the debtor will not pay voluntarily;

A Judgment Collection Attorney is what you need. we first utilize our access to the same high-end investigative resources used by financial institutions and law enforcement, which we use to locate even the most difficult-to-locate debtors and debtor assets, as well as our connections with some of the best financial investigators in the business.

Once the debtor and the debtors’ assets have been located, we aggressively employ our judgment enforcement methods, using every legal means available to attach/seize/garnish those assets to enforce your judgment collection.   We generally do this without any notification to the debtor, so the debtor cannot move or transfer the assets before we attach them.

In cases where debtors move or transfer assets, or take other evasive actions such as hide behind corporations, declare fraudulent bankruptcies, or set up other asset protection structures, we implement all the required procedures to pierce through and counteract these attempts at protection of debtor assets.

Types

A South Carolina judgment can be recovered through a number of legal actions including but not limited to these common civil actions:

  • Breach of Contract
  • Deficiency Judgment from Foreclosure of Property
  • Default Judgment on a Civil Suit