Our Collection Law practice areas include the following:
- Obtaining judgments
- Bank Levy
- Wage Garnishment
- Seizure, levy & sale of assets
- Installing a keeper in a business
- Writ of Attachment
- Writ of Possession
- Judgment lien
- Temporary Protective Order
- Bankruptcy claims
- Location of assets & debtors
- Multi-state judgments
- Provisional Remedies
We can often get a pre-judgment Writ of Attachment to freeze a debtor's assets during the pending legal action. This would help prevent a debtor from hiding or using assets during the litigation. If you are a secured creditor, an Ogden Law Firm, PC attorney can use available procedures based on security interests and liens.
If you are a landlord who has tried to evict a tenant and obtain past due rent, we can help obtain a Writ of Possession thereby removing the tenant from the premises and then collect that past due rent.
Obtaining the judgment against a debtor in many cases is relatively easy and undisputed. However, enforcing the judgment is a more complicated process and requires the skill and expertise of a seasoned collections law attorney.
If you have questions, contact us for an initial consultation.