Some of our clients request we enforce Arbitration Awards. An Arbitration Award is not a Judgment and enforcement requires that the Award be turned into a Judgment.
We offer a choice between contingent fees (a percentage) or hourly fees (charged by the hour). See our FAQ page on which is right for you and how to make the choice. We recover more money, more often than other attorneys or collectors. If you are a contingent fee client and we don’t recover, there is no fee. The out-of-pocket filing fees for the court enforcement documents, motions, hearings and liens and the fee for the process servers are generally small.
If you are owed over $10,000 for a commercial debt, note, sale of goods or services, loan or because you gave someone credit.
If you loaned money or sold goods or services on credit and didn’t get paid, you have a good case for recovery
If you sold your time or products and didn’t get paid, we will pursue rapid collection for you.
If your debt is related to a construction project, other remedies, liens and security can often be pursued.
Do you already have a California Judgment you haven’t collected? We are specialists in judgment enforcement techniques such as
If you have a Court Judgment or Order from a State other than California, it can be enforced against a California Debtor or property
Judgments issued in Foreign Countries against California Debtors or those with property in California can be collected by
If you have an award from an Arbitration that isn’t being paid, we can convert it to a judgment and pursue collection