Whether you are an attorney about to file a complaint or execute a judgment, or whether you are an individual wondering how to collect money owed to you, we believe the best first step is research.  

Do you know the debtor’s legal name and current address?  Has a bankruptcy been filed or is one pending?  If yes, what is the status of the bankruptcy?  What is the likelihood that if you obtain a judgment and try to execute it, the debtor will file bankruptcy to discharge your judgment?  Is the debtor employed?  Does the debtor own assets from which the debt can be collected?  Does the debtor have unpaid judgments or liens that would be paid before your debt?  What options are there to avoid expensive litigation?  Questions like these must be answered before a creditor or plaintiff can make sound decisions about how to proceed.  Please review our site pages for more information.  usassetrecords.com.