Your Judgment Enforcer

ARE YOU SERIOUS ABOUT ENFORCING YOUR JUDGMENT?
Get started enforcing your judgment Here!

Being awarded a judgment is easy, but collecting your money can prove to be a rather daunting task. Let’s face it, not everyone wants to pay what they owe. But if assets are available, with A&S Judgment Recovery Services (“A&S JRS”) they have little to no choice in the matter. Our experienced, well-trained specialists have mastered the art of judgment recovery. After all, it’s what we do. We can help you collect money that’s due you. We specialize in the enforcement of court awarded, monetary judgments in most states. We will use every resource available to retrieve your money. Wage Garnishments, Bank Levies, Hidden Bank Accounts, Safety Deposit Boxes, Certificates of Deposit, Stocks and Bonds, Mutual Funds, and Tax Returns are a few areas in which our efforts will be targeted. In addition, our investigative team will seek out and verify tangible property such as, Motor Vehicles, Watercraft, Aircraft, etc. In the event that your judgment debtor has moved from the state that issued your judgment, A&S JRS will attempt to domesticate that judgment to the state in which the debtor currently resides. In short, if assets are available and the law of that state permits, we will find it, we will recover it, and you will get paid.  At this point your unsatisfied judgment is nothing more than an IOU. By allowing us to assist you in enforcing it, you have nothing to lose and a great deal to gain.

A&S JRS is a company of integrity and will not promise quick returns for the sake of gaining your business. We will, however, promise an aggressive approach toward enforcing your judgment. The judgment specialists at A&S JRS are assertive and knowledgeable, but most importantly we put your needs first.A&S JRS understands that in order to be a good business, it must be run by good people. That’s the A&S JRS difference.

Call us today at:
(609) 952-6200
Or email us at:
info@asjudgments.com

Note:  Most judgments include a provision for the payment of interest from the day the judgment was awarded. This compound interest calculator is provided as a convenience to allow you to estimate the value of your current judgment. Simply enter your judgment amount in the field below to get started. State specific information is available on the sidebar U.S. image. By using this free service you agree that any amount obtained by using this calculator is not binding to the debtor, creditor and/or A&S Judgment Recovery Services.

A&S JRS Post Judgment Calculator

  • Amount of Judgment
  • Date Judgment Awarded
  • % Interest Rate
  • (Result rounded to nearest cent)
  • Daily Interest
  • Interest in days
  • Total Interest
  • Est Judgment Amount

OTHER FEATURED LINKS

New Jersey Chamber of Commerce

US Court of Appeals

Federal Trade Commission

Swift Judgment

Alter Ego Theory

Wiki-Judgment Law

Personal Property Registry

 

 

 

 

 



Disclaimer: The content of this website should not be construed as legal advice. The owners of this website cannot provide legal advice regarding the enforcement of civil judgments.We are not lawyers. It is recommended that you seek professional legal counsel before entering into any agreement that you do not fully understand. All information sent to us through this website is done so on a non-confidential basis and does not create an attorney-client relationship. NOTE: A&S Judgment Recovery Services assumes no liability for any information obtained through outside links connected to this website. All information obtained through these outside links, are to be used at your own discretion.



If you’re a debtor visiting this site and our company has taken assignment of a judgment in which you are named as the defendant/debtor, by law we are required to inform you that this is a Judgment Enforcement debt collection company. Any communications or actions taken by this company is done so in an attempt to collect a debt. Any information obtained during this process will be used for that purpose.



 

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