collecting a court order

by danica
(phoenix, az)

I have a court order stating jp morgan chase owes me money but I have no idea how to enforce it

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Apr 22, 2010
Collecting on a judgment from a court
by: Mary

Thanks for submitting your debt collection question on our Q&A page.

Collecting on a court judgment is often a lot more difficult than going through the legal process that led to the judgment. Therefore, I advise that you contact a collection attorney to help you get your money.

If the amount that J. P. Morgan owes you is large enough and the attorney feels that there is a good chance of collecting it, the attorney probably will not charge you an upfront fee to represent you. Instead, the attorney will take as payment a percentage of whatever he collects on your behalf.

Good luck collecting your money.

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