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When There Is No Costs On A MC-12

31st October 2014
A popular way to try to enforce a money judgment is having the Marshall or Sheriff levy/garnish your judgment debtor's bank account. This article covers California, but the concept here will probably be similar in most states. This article is my opinio... Read >
Author: Mark D. Shapiro

Liens And DBAs

05th June 2013
Several times a week, judgment creditors contact me and claim they have a solid gold judgment worth a lot of money cash up-front; because they sued a business and already filed a lien against the business, and while that business is doing poorly/out of bu... Read >
Author: Mark D. Shapiro

50% Cash Upfront For Judgments

18th February 2013
At my company, every day I get at least ten calls or emails like this: "I want to sell a judgment, and I went to a website which said they pay seventy-five percent cash upfront for judgments. I sent my judgment to them, but they have not gotten back to me... Read >
Author: Mark D. Shapiro

How Do Judgments Affect Credit Reports?

17th January 2013
Judgments do not always appear on credit reports. How it sometimes goes is, if you check your credit report once a year, they might not appear; and then, when you try to rent anything, try to get credit card or a loan, judgments magically appear and seem ... Read >
Author: Mark D. Shapiro

Recovering Debts As A Sole Proprietor

10th January 2013
Certain states, for example California, do not currently require one to be a lawyer or have a license to be a collection agency to collect the majority of debts or to collect judgments they own. Can an average (non-attorney) individual start a business re... Read >
Author: Mark D. Shapiro

Will a Florida DIY Divorce Work for You?

07th November 2012
Many people who are considering divorce are fearful that it will be too expensive to hire a Florida divorce lawyer. In many cases, these concerns are unfounded since there are usually attorneys who will work with you at a reasonable cost or under a flat-r... Read >
Author: Jeff Miller

Good Employees: Itís Cheaper to Retain than to Gain

14th February 2012
Finding an employee who works hard for your company, is loyal and fully understands your business, is difficult. When you lose an employee, you have to start again from scratch with someone new. It can be disheartening and worrying; will they fit in? Will... Read >
Author: TobiB

CCP 704.140

23rd January 2012
I am not a lawyer, I am a Judgment and Collection Agency Broker. This article is my opinion, from my experience in California. If you need legal advice, please contact a lawyer. Of all of my articles, this late 2011 one is most likely to get stale, as ... Read >
Author: Mark D. Shapiro

Using An Elisor

18th January 2012
I am not a lawyer, I am a Judgment and Collection Agency Broker. This article is my opinion, based on my California experiences, and laws are different in each state. If you want a strategy to use or legal advice, please contact an attorney. An Elisor ... Read >
Author: Mark D. Shapiro

How To Remove A Rip Off Report Complaint

30th December 2011
There are a lot of positive things that can come from doing business on the Internet. Not only can you make a lot more money because it's an entirely different venue for you to make money with, but it also allows you to make more connections and foster re... Read >
Author: briangarvin

When An Employer Does Not Return A WG-005 Form

20th December 2011
I am not a lawyer, I am a judgment referral specialist (Judgment Broker). This article is my opinion, based on my experience in California, and laws are different in every state. Nothing in any of my articles should ever be considered legal advice. In... Read >
Author: Mark D. Shapiro

Termination Letter Template (Part 2): Important Considerations-Ontario

04th January 2011
Employee Termination Agreement Please do not take the information provided herein as a legal advice. It is only for informational and educational purposes. But, if you are an employer or employee and require legal advice with respect to employee termin... Read >
Author: kenneth gibbs

Legal Issues Regarding VHS To DVD Transfer

19th July 2010
Caution: Do not take the content of this article to be legitimate legal advice. This is merely for entertainment and speculation. By this point, we all know just how much more amazing a DVD is than a VHS, leaving you wondering if you can convert your o... Read >
Author: kgilbertvhs

Judgment Settlers

14th July 2010
I know a lot, but I'm not a lawyer. If you need legal advice, contact a lawyer. Many people know that most judgments are never enforced. There are many reasons for this, some of which include: laws do not make it easy to enforce judgments, some debtors... Read >
Author: Mark D. Shapiro

Legal Issues In Flipping Houses

21st June 2010
Most people refer to flipping houses as wholesaling houses. It simply means acquiring a property at a lower price and selling it for a higher price to make a profit. Flipping houses involves buying low, then selling high, just like any other business. ... Read >
Author: simon
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