In Texas, when a judgment creditor takes a judgment against a consumer they may have the right to garnish a bank account. Many Texas consumers are surprised when their bank accounts have been frozen by a judgment creditor. Often the consumer has little to no warning that their bank account has been frozen or garnished until the try to make a purchase and it is denied. This may cause embarrassment or confusion to the consumer.
Calvary Portfolio Recovery
Portfolio Recovery Associates
Hudson & Keyse
Unifund CCR Partners
Law Firms for Judgment Creditors
Scott, Parnell & Associates
Rausch, Sturm, Israel, Enerson, & Hornik, LLC
Regent and Associates
Couch, Conville & Blitt, LLC
Fulton, Friedman & Gullace LLP
Michael J. Adams PC
Jenkins, Wagnon & Young PC
Balekian Hayes PLLC
Weinstein, Pinson, & Riley
Judgment Negotiation after Bank Garnishment
While no one can guarantee that a judgment creditor will take less than the full value of the judgment, sometimes they will accept less than full balance to be paid today. Our job is to help identify the strengths and weaknesses of your position and present them to the judgment creditor. Our goal is to present your offer in the best light in an attempt to get the judgment creditor to accept it.
We then create the necessary paperwork to resolve the judgment and file it in the appropriate county. We make settling a judgment convenient and convenient for our clients.
We charge a flat fee based on judgment creditor and the difficulty in which we anticipate the work to be.
We offer Free Consultation and Quote