Enforcement & Collection of Judgments and Court Orders

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Enforcement and Collection of Judgments and Court Orders

The family law attorneys at Drury Pullen Law understand that it is not always easy to collect monies that are owed to you under a judgment or other court order.

If you are owed money from a California judgment or court order for a money award, property division, equalization payment, child support or spousal support, we can help you. You must take legal steps to enforce the order, the court will not do it for you.

What is a Wage Assignment Order?

An order directing an employer or other payor of funds to withhold a monthly amount from the income of the person obligated to pay child support, spousal maintenance, child support and spousal maintenance arrearage, and/or interest.
Most child support orders may be enforced through a wage assignment order. Where the obligor is employed for wages or commissions, a wage assignment order may be obtained. In this situation, the employer withholds the appropriate amount from each paycheck of the obligor and sends it directly to the custodial parent. Other court judgments may be enforced by garnishments. Other enforcement methods are also available, depending on the particular situation.
If you feel that you may have a potential case pertaining to family law please call (805) 879-7523 or click here to email us and have an attorney contact you about your case.

The attorneys at Drury Pullen Law have handled many cases involving the enforcement and collection of monies owed under a divorce judgment or other family law order. This area of law can be extremely complex. Collection can be costly, and many attorneys are not skilled in this area or do not handle these sorts of cases. We are equipped and have the requisite skills in this area to help you get the money that you are owed in a cost-effective manner.

Please call (805) 879-7523 or click here to email us and have an attorney contact you about your case.