Judgment Recovery of Indiana is dedicated to the enforcement of civil judgments. We purchase your judgment in its entirety. We cover all of the costs and expenses incurred in locating the judgment debtor and enforcing the judgment. We make our money only from the judgment debtor, at no cost to you.
The fact is - almost 80% of all judgments are never recovered. Your judgment may have been awarded by the court, but enforcement is your responsibility. Judgment Recovery of Indiana can succeed where you haven't! We have the resources, expertise, and determination to enforce the judgment you worked so hard to get. We will conduct a thorough investigation to uncover any assets or sources of income and take whatever steps are necessary to legally seize them!
If you have a valid court awarded judgment of $3,000 or more, we will use every method at our disposal to recover the full amount of the unpaid judgment plus any interest that has accrued since the judgment was issued. We will track the judgment debtor down even if he or she has moved to another state. We have access to both private and public databases that allow us to 'skip-trace' the debtor and to locate any assets that he or she may have. As allowed by law, we will garnish wages, attach bank accounts, and seize assets as necessary. If possible, we will try to do so without any notification or confrontation. In short, we will enforce the judgment that was legally and rightfully awarded to you by the courts! We neither charge an application fee nor require you to cover any expenses.
We purchase the judgment from you for a percentage of the award amount. We bear all expenses and legal costs incurred in the enforcement process. We are currently purchasing judgments awarded in Indiana. To get the ball rolling, please complete the short application below. It would also be helpful to send us a copy of the judgment order itself as it contains a lot of necessary information. We will review your case and get back to you as quickly as possible. There is absolutely no obligation on your part. Isn't it time justice was served?