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April 20, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 254

I am not a lawyer, I am the nation's only Judgment Broker. This article is my opinion, and not legal advice. If you ever need any legal advice or a strategy to use, please contact a lawyer.

Judgment recovery is a very paperwork-intensive process, with many court and Sheriff-related legal documents required. Even though the documents, and how to fill them out can be confusing, you must take the time to learn how to fill them out correctly. You do not want to have a judge, or clerk of court reject a vital document at the worst possible time, allowing your judgment debtor to (e.g.) close their bank account to avoid your levy.

If your court requires particular paperwork, you must use the court's approved forms and formats. When you need a court or legal form, first check if the form is available from the court itself. Many times, the form you need will be found on the court's official website. If not, your local law library will have court-approved forms that you can copy.

If you are filling out a post-judgment court document or form for the first time, it is good idea to first find a successfully filed example, of the exact, or a similar document, in the case files at the same court house.

When you need to create any type of motion, or a response to one, find an example of a motion that has already been completed in a court case file, or at a law library. By starting with an example that previously worked in that court, you will save lots of time and hassle.

You can use the example you find as a template for what you need. Do not blindly copy the examples you find. Make sure to delete what does not apply, add what is required, and change what should be changed.

While some courts are not very picky about the documents prepared by average citizens, other courts have strict rules about what documents they will accept, and how they should look. You will need to hire a lawyer, find an example; or hire someone who works in a law office or a paralegal, to help you type up your motions or other documents.

Some (mostly those who sell them) acclaim the wonders of pre-paid legal services, and say they can proofread court documents for you. I have found pre-paid legal services to be way too limited, to be of any real help to someone recovering a judgment. Good luck in recovering your judgment, and remember a smile can help make things happen, even at a court clerk window.

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