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Good Judgment

You won the judgment over two years ago but unfortunately still have not been paid! You Google “buy my judgment” and “sell my judgment” and it appears there are thousands of companies anxious to pay you cash for your judgment. A cursory reading of these sites indicates they will purchase your judgment for cash.
Bad judgment may be the most profitable thing you ever do in your business, as long as you learn from the experience. When you make bad calls, you nearly always pay. In some cases, you pay very dearly. How do you know how much your bad judgment cost? How do you know how much your subsequent good judgment produces?
You have won a court judgment that the debtor owes you money. The National Judgment Recovery Center divides the collection process into steps like abstraction of judgment, research upon the judgment and debtor assets and engaging the counsel at the court.
Judgment collection hinges upon locating debtor assets. Debtors who allow a judgment to be taken against them likely either: 1) do not have money to pay attorney, 2)ignore lawsuit and judgment,or 3)are deadbeat debtors determined not to pay.
A court judgment does not directly force the debtor to pay you. There are variety of court orders that can be obtained post-judgment in order to motivate the debtor to pay you.
Yes and no. The court can help to collect your judgment. However, the court will not proactively take action to collect your judgment for you. As the winner in court and holder of the judgment, you must find a means for the debtor to pay you.
Did you sue someone and win a judgment?  Now its up to you to collect the judgment. 
The scientific facts have shown that age has a lot to do the judgment of the youngsters. A good judgment only comes from more experience. At the age of sixteen, their brain is not fully developed.
After the hearing, the Judge enters a judgment in your favor. Unfortunately, months later, you still haven’t received any money from the Defendant. How do you collect on your judgment?
A court judgment is an official announcement by a court of law on a specific issue based upon statutes, legal precedence and factual information.
Winning a judgment in a court of law is oftentimes expensive and difficult. Collecting on a court judgment can even be more taxing on your finances and time. But it’s not all bad news...
Selling your judgment is an option worth considering. Regrettable, about 80% of court judgments are never collected. Reasons for the low collection rate include the skillfulness of sneaky debtors who are professionals at not paying, and the competing and productive tasks facing citizens and business people.
The judgment cannot directly force the debtor to pay but only act as a tool that can be used to make the debtor to pay. Knowledge of debtor's assets is essential to extract money.
Learning to differentiate between judgment and evaluation is an essential skill in advancing on the path of spiritual growth. Judgment fosters feelings of anger, and powerlessness. Evaluation stirs compassion and a desire to take action to raise the situation to a higher level.
A judgment is a court's decision on matters with respect to fact and law. In simple terms you ask the court to arrive at a decision on a dispute by filing a petition.  The petition is the legal document the tells the court why you think it should consider your appeal.


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