and Teams up with Judgment Collection Service to Help Clients Recover Debt

25-Aug-2012 | News-Press Release

While there are millions of dollars awarded annually through judgments in the U.S. courts, recent figures show that nearly 80% of those judgments remain uncollected. Some of these judgments are essentially ignored, despite the fact that the person to whom the judgment is against has the money locked away in safe deposit boxes and bank accounts. These accounts might be cleverly hidden or put in a family member's name, but won't stay hidden in the shadows for long, thanks to the recovery efforts and research conducted by Collect Any Judgments.

Not only does Collect Any Judgment seek out these accounts in order to recover what is owed to their clients, they are now able to pair with mediation and arbitration attorneys to convince the debtors hiding their wealth to pay what is owed based on court judgments against them. In doing so, they have been able to help thousands of companies and individuals worldwide to recover their money.

Since mediation and arbitration are both often preferable to litigation in reducing conflict and resolving debt, this judgment collection service, combined with the expertise of the hundreds of attorneys that are part of the <a href=""></a> and network, makes this new alliance a formidable force indeed for anyone who attempts to hide their assets when money is owed.

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