The Evanns Collection Law Firm is a downtown Los Angeles Judgment Enforcement Law Firm that specializes in representing creditors as aggressively as the law allows in matters of judgment enforcement and recovery, as well as general collections and creditor’s rights matters. The firm is headed by Judgment Collection Attorney Richard O. Evanns, who has become a pre-eminent practitioner of judgment collection law, and has settled / satisfied judgment debt well into the multiple tens of millions. A former collection company owner, Judgment Enforcement Attorney Richard Evanns prides himself on his firms
persistence and tenacity in collection matters, especially in judgment collection. Evanns Judgment Collection Law Firm prides itself on working smart. We use cutting edge technologies and investigative tools and databases, many of which are only available to banks, investigators and law enforcement. We also have relationships with some of the best investigators in the business.
This enables us to quickly and efficiently locate debtors and debtor assets, so we can then proceed against those assets to satisfy our clients’ debts. Best of all we believe in taking judgment enforcement cases at NO UPFRONT COST TO YOU and believe that we should not get paid unless you get paid.* We pick up our phones, answer questions, and consultations are always free. Call now!
*Disclaimer: Each case is different; results and representation conditions may vary.
“Judgment enforcements generally end when either the creditor gets tired, gives up and goes away, or the debtor gets tired, gives up, and pays. We never get tired and never give up, so eventually, we make them pay.” Richard Evanns, Founder
Judgment Enforcement & Judgment Recovery: You sued and won a judgment, and the debtor will not pay voluntarily; A Judgment Collection Attorney is what you need. As described above, we first utilize our access to the same high-end investigative resources used by financial institutions and law enforcement, which we use to locate even the most difficult-to-locate debtors and debtor assets, as well as our connections with some of the best financial investigators in the business.
Once the debtor and the debtors assets have been located, we aggressively employ our judgment enforcement methods, using every legal means available to attach/seize/garnish those assets to enforce your judgment collection. Click here to see more about our Judgment collection services in California. We generally do this without any notification to the debtor, so the debtor cannot move or transfer the assets before we attach them.
In cases where debtors move or transfer assets, or take other evasive actions such as hide behind corporations, declare fraudulent bankruptcies, or set up other asset protection structures, we implement all the required procedures to pierce through and counteract these attempts at protection of debtor assets.
Pre-judgment Collections & Remedies: The Evanns Collection Firm also assists clients in the prejudgment collections process on outstanding receivables such as promissory notes, past due invoices, and other defaulted debts. We provide our collection services from the demand letter stage to the trial stage and all the way through to the enforcement of judgment stage, always aiming to save you time and money by collecting as much of your debt as possible without resorting to costly and time-consuming litigation. Of course, if we ultimately do need to get a judgment in a case, we are more than happy to do it, and then enforce.
Our Promise To You
In Attorney, Richard Evanns’, own words: ”I was a small business owner prior to being an attorney, and understand that when you have already been stiffed out of money, and already paid your lawyers to get a judgment, you should not have pay yet more lawyers just to collect. All too often, the amount of justice one gets is a function of the amount of money one puts out to get it.”
“At my law firm, we do not believe in ‘justice-by-the hour.’ We make every effort to handle all of our matters for NO COST UP FRONT for our clients. While every case is different and different types of cases require different arrangements, we are generally of the belief that we should not get paid until you have gotten paid.
So whether you are an individual person with one judgment against your ex-landlord, a business with a debt portfolio, or anything in between- if you call my firm, you will talk to a real person (most likely to me, the head attorney) who will evaluate your case and do a preliminary asset search on your debtor – and you will get a well thought-out and comprehensive opinion regarding legal aspects of the case, and on the best course of action given the situation.”
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