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Collect Judgments & Lien Service

Lien Laws vary from state to state. We can help you no matter where you need the help. 

(844) 875-2897 Ext: 101  or Email: [email protected] 

LIEN PERFECTION SERVICES INCLUDE RETAINAGE CLAIMS, BOND CLAIMS, MECHANIC'S LIENS, MATERIALMEN'S LIEN, AND VIRTUALLY ANY OTHER TYPE OF LIENS ALLOWED BY LAWS OF THAT GOVERNING STATE. 

Consulting Recovery & Investigations LLC. will help you with your lien filing headaches. It is critical to contact our office at the soonest possible moment. Perfecting a lien can come down to the difference of a single day or a single missed notice. The sooner you contact us for help, the better the odds you will be able to secure your lien claim.

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In many professions that are involved in construction, materials, suppliers, mechanics, storage, equipment, manufacturing, etc., there are laws available designed to protect you and your business. However the lien laws can be very confusing, technical, and time consuming. One technical error and the lien is denied. 


Just because your industry was not named, does not mean you do not have lien rights. Contact us by phone or email for more info.



Lien Laws vary from state to state. We can help you no matter where you need the help. 

(844) 875-2897 Ext: 101  or Email: [email protected] 

Professional Expertise -Collect Judgment often spelled "Judgement"

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STAGE 1 - ("Pre-legal") Don't Take a Gamble Securing   Judgment and Recovery of Judgments Services

WE DO NOT GAMBLE WITH YOUR MONEY!! Determining the viability securing the judgment prior to pursuing legal action. During this phase we will do a comprehensive evaluation with our qualified legal council and judgment experts. Prior to seeking a judgment or judgments if more than one case exists we will process your case into "Stage 1 - Pre-Judgment Phases" Before seeking a judgment, we recommend our help reviewing your case and parties involved first. The are the ABC's of our Pre-judgment process should you start here with us. Remember that securing a judgment against a debtor who legitimately owes a debt, is the easy part. But, a judgment is just the first part to collecting the money owed to you. Be prepared to collect the judgment before filing suit.

A) Viability of seeking a judgment

     -Is there sufficient evidence?

     -Is the case financially sound for you?

     -Are there Pro's & Con's to consider?


B) Asset Locating & Qualifying judgement worthiness

     -CRI will process potentially liable  defendants for judgment worthiness.

     -How will the judgment be paid when/if awarded? We have you covered


C) Consider Effective Alternatives 

     -What alternatives are available instead of seeking a judgment? We are the answer to all of these concerns. Call us today for answers. 

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STAGE 2- ("Legal Action") Judgment Collection & Enforcement Judgments Services 

Assuming that Legal action in order to secure a judgment has been decided.


A) We will do the heavy lifting when matching you with the right attorney to represent your business.


B) Can you afford expensive legal fees that come with effective and sought after attorney's? You will receive help throughout your Entire Case with one on one guidance with EVERYTHING involving your legal process. You will need to contact us to get the details. 

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STAGE 3- ("Post-Judgment") Judgment & Judgments Collection Enforcement Services 

Collecting a judgment is the ultimate goal. Recovering the money owed to you for a judgment can be very difficult in many cases.


The answers you will need for the questions below are our specialty. We can gladly help.


If/when a judgment is awarded by the court what is the next step? We work diligently throughout the process to have these questions answered beforehand.


In many instances our clients have sought our judgment collection services at this stage. After securing a judgment many clients find that collecting more than dust is a problem. We will take care of these issues and concerns. 


A) What course(s) of action are available to collect the judgment? 


B) How can I collect money owed to me from a judgment?


C) Can I collect my judgment without spending more money?


The last thing we want a client doing is "throwing good money after bad money"

how can we help? Answer: in more ways than one!


We specialize in Post-judgment remedies and services to make the recovery of your awarded judgment, effective, efficient, and very affordable. (special programs available) 

Lien Service Experts

Rules, Deadlines, Proper Notices, etc.

obtaining a judgment in a lawsuit is the easiest part of the debt collection process.

Knowing and following the proper procedure when handling liens, claims, etc., is paramount to your success. One late notice, missing verbiage, or technical error and your efforts are thwarted. Our experts understand these rules and procedures required to secure your claim.

Perfecting, Securing, Collecting, etc.

Locating The Debtor’s Assets  The first, and often most difficult, stage in post-judgment collections is identifying assets owned by the debtor that may be attached or levied to satisfy the judgment. Depending upon the creditor’s line of business, this may be as simple as reviewing the debtor’s file for information relating to his/her assets, including cancelled checks, employment records, tenant information, and vehicle registration information.

Once a lien is perfected, now what? What is the next step? Our ultimate goal is to get you paid what you are rightfully owed and in a timely manner. We will help you step by step and usually only get paid a small fee only after you recover your funds.

What if a lien cannot be secured?

Many creditors find judgment enforcement to be frustrating, because they simply do not know what, if any, assets the debtor has or where those assets are located. In the event that a creditor does not maintain asset information, all it not lost. The creditor may search for assets and employment information by performing an internet search, pulling the debtor’s credit report, engaging a private investigator to perform a “skip trace” or requesting a summons for debtor’s interrogatories.  Once the debtor’s assets have been identified, the creditor may pursue a garnishment or levy to attempt to satisfy the judgment.

We have alternative options available for you! Each matter is different in nature and would require an evaluation (always free!) your claim will be reviewed and we will provide a course(s) of action available to you situation that does not break the bank.

Collecting Judgments from Tenants

Debtor’s Interrogatories  A useful tool employed before pursuing a garnishment or other post-judgment collection option is what’s known as debtor’s interrogatories. Debtor’s interrogatories may be used to summons the judgment debtor to appear in court for purposes of answering questions under oath about his/her finances, employment and property. The answers provided by the debtor may assist a creditor in determining whether he/she has assets that may be attached or garnished to satisfy an unpaid judgment.

The key objective for the owner is to gain a writ of possession. Obtaining a judgment for monetary damages against a residential tenant in Texas is usually an empty formality since such judgments are seldom collected. Texas has long been a safe haven for debtors, and both the Texas Constitution and the Property Code exempt a long list of real and personal property from execution upon a judgment. The average residential tenant has very little that a landlord will be allowed to take and, since garnishment of wages is unconstitutional, collection is problematic. Often the best strategy is to record an abstract of the judgment against the tenant in the real property records in the hopes that one day in the next ten years the tenant will become affluent enough to own and sell property. If this transaction occurs through a title company, the title company can be expected to collect funds to pay the judgment.

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Garnishments  Garnishments are a commonly used to collect unpaid judgments (including court costs and judgment interest). A garnishment is a post-judgment collection technique against a judgment debtor, whereby the court orders a third party (knows as a “garnishee”) to withhold funds, which are otherwise owed to the judgment debtor, and pay them into the court or directly to the judgment creditor. If the garnishee fails to answer the garnishment, a creditor may request that the court enter a judgment against the garnishee for the full amount of the judgment.  There are generally two types of garnishments, one being a “regular” (or one-time) garnishment, and the second being a “continuing” garnishment. Regular Garnishments  Regular garnishments are typically filed against the debtor’s bank (bank garnishment), and obligate the garnishee bank to freeze any activity on the debtor’s bank accounts and to withhold the funds held in the accounts (up to the judgment amount), until the Court has ordered the funds to be paid over to the creditor or to be otherwise disposed. The debtor is notified of the bank garnishment only after his/her bank has been served with the garnishment, to prevent the debtor from withdrawing his/her funds to avoid the garnishment. Continuing Garnishments  Continuing garnishments, on the other hand, are typically filed against the debtor’s employer (wage garnishment) or tenant (rent garnishment), and can last for a period of up to 180 days in the Commonwealth of Virginia. When a garnishee is served with a continuing garnishment the garnishee is required to required to withhold a percentage of the debtor’s disposable income (for wage garnishments) or rent payments due to the debtor (for tenant garnishments) through the date on which the matter returns to court. Maintain Assets or Employment Information of the Debtor  TIP: Garnishments are effective post-judgment collection techniques only when a creditor has current asset or employment information for the debtor. Banking information can be kept current by keeping copies of all checks made payable from the debtor to the creditor. Levies  Although uncommon, a creditor may choose to pursue what is known as a levy. A levy is the process in which the local Sheriff seizes the judgment debtor’s personal property (including jewelry, cars, electronic equipment, furniture, etc.) for the purpose of satisfying a money judgment. This is done by advertising and selling the debtor’s property at public auction. Following the auction, the Sheriff must pay any costs incurred in conducting the auction (e.g. moving, storage, auctioneer fees, etc.), and remaining any proceeds from the sale of the debtor’s property are then paid over to the judgment creditors in order of lien priority. Proceeds from a Levy are Paid in Order of Priority  TIP: The proceeds from a Sheriff’s levy are paid to lien holders in order of priority. The priority of a lien holder is determined by the date on which a judgment lien or UCC filing is recorded. Before pursuing a sheriff’s levy, one should take care to research prior liens and UCC filing, to ensure that the debtor has sufficient assets (which are not encumbered by prior liens or UCC filings) that may be sold to satisfy the judgment and any related costs of conducting the auction. Failure to do so may result in a creditor expending additional funds without being able to recover the outstanding judgment. Judgment Liens  Finally, judgment creditors have the option of recording an unpaid judgment among the land records of any county or city in which the debtor owns property. Recording a judgment lien is a passive debt collection technique. When a judgment lien is recorded, it attaches to any real property (real estate) located within the county that is in the debtor’s name, and will prevent a debtor from selling his/her property, without first satisfying the unpaid judgment (including all attorneys’ fees, interest and court costs).  Because people keep their homes for several years before selling them, judgment liens can take some time before a judgment is recovered. Under Virginia law, once recorded a General District Court judgment is enforceable for ten (10) years and may be renewed for an additional ten (10) years. Circuit Court judgments, however, are enforceable for twenty (20) years and may be renewed for an additional twenty (20) years.  Although a judgment lien make take longer to recover, court awarded interest continues to accrue during the time frame that the lien is in effect, and may be collected at the time that the property is sold. Record Judgement Liens Everywhere Necessary  TIP: Be sure to record a judgment lien among the land records of any county or city in which the debtor is known to own real property, to ensure the highest likelihood of collection through a judgment lien. Conclusion  The key to effective post-judgment debt collection for any creditor is information. Knowing what, if any, assets a debtor has and where they are located are critical to ensuring the possibility of collecting an outstanding debt. Once armed with the appropriate information, a creditor may timely and aggressively pursue collection of any debt.

District courts have no jurisdiction to issue an injunction stopping an eviction. McGlothin v. Kliebert, 672 S.W.2d 231, 232 (Tex. 1984); TMC Medical, Ltd. v. The Lasaters French Quarter Partnership, 880 S.W.2d 789 (Tex. App.—Tyler 1994, writ dism'd, w.o.j.).

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What if there is a wrongful foreclosure case pending in district court? Can the district court enjoin the eviction?-