Post-Judgment Actions

Service of process for everything from writs and garnishments to bank levies and more.
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Finally, a service of process provider you can be excited about. ABC Legal properly serves bank levies, wage garnishments, and more. Need assistance with document filing and required mailings or have a high-volume of cases? Our knowledgeable team has you covered. 

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You already received a judgment, the last thing you need is unnecessary issues costing you more time. Before service, our proprietary system checks local rules, regulations and procedures at lightning-fast speed to keep you compliant and protected. During service, our vetted process servers are backed by the powerful ABC Legal Mobile app paving a smooth road for you to collect rightful payment as determined by the court.


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I couldn't have expected any better outcome than their successful efforts to serve a very hostile client. And all the while during this process, they communicated every step. I really appreciated that with knowing exactly how things were progressing. To be really honest, I highly recommend ABC Legal without any reservation.TrustPilot 5 Star

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Our team is well-versed in the legal requirements for serving post-judgment actions. We understand the importance of accuracy and attention to detail when it comes to this process.

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Time is of the essence when it comes to serving post-judgment actions. That’s why we prioritize a timely and efficient service ensuring that your papers are served as quickly as possible without compromise.

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Ensuring proper service to the correct party is paramount in serving post-judgment actions. Our system collects vital service information such as a time stamp, GPS location, and photo evidence keeping you protected and your service on track.

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FAQ for Post-Judgment Service

Why do you need to serve post-judgment documents?

By serving post-judgment documents, all relevant parties are officially informed of the court's directives.

  1. Legal Compliance: Serving post-judgment documents ensures compliance with legal procedures and requirements. It follows the necessary steps outlined by the court to enforce the judgment and collect the debt owed.

  2. Official Notification: By serving post-judgment documents, all relevant parties, including the judgment debtor and other involved entities, are officially informed of the court's directives. This ensures they are aware of their rights, obligations, and the actions being taken to enforce the judgment.

  3. Enforcement of Judgments: Serving post-judgment documents is a crucial step in implementing various enforcement mechanisms, such as garnishments, property liens, or asset seizures. It allows creditors to lawfully pursue these remedies to collect the judgment debt.

  4. Establishing a Record: Proper service of post-judgment documents creates an official record of notification. This record can be valuable for demonstrating that the necessary legal steps were followed, ensuring transparency and potentially protecting the creditor's interests in case of future disputes or challenges.

Overall, serving post-judgment documents accurately is vital to uphold the integrity of the legal process, ensure parties are informed, and facilitate the effective enforcement of judgments to recover the debt owed.

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What states do you serve post-judgments in?

We serve post-judgment actions in:













South Carolina


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Does a writ of possession have to be served?

Yes, a writ of possession typically needs to be served in order to enforce its directives. A writ of possession is a court order that authorizes the lawful possession of property to be transferred from one party to another. It is commonly used in situations involving eviction, foreclosure, or repossessions. To execute the writ and take possession of the property, it is usually necessary to serve the writ to the party in possession of the property, informing them of the court's order and the need to vacate or transfer possession. Serving the writ ensures that the affected party is officially notified of the court's decision and allows for a lawful and orderly transfer of possession as directed by the court.

What is post judgment interest?

Post-judgment interest refers to the additional interest that accrues on a judgment debt after a court judgment has been entered. It is a way to compensate the judgment creditor for the delay in receiving the full payment owed. Post-judgment interest rates are typically set by law and can vary based on the jurisdiction and the type of debt involved.

The purpose of post-judgment interest is to encourage timely payment of the judgment debt and to provide an incentive for the judgment debtor to promptly satisfy their obligation. It ensures that the judgment creditor is compensated for the time value of money and any financial losses incurred due to the delay in receiving the judgment amount.

The rate of post-judgment interest and the start date from which it is calculated are typically specified in the judgment or governed by statutory laws. It is important for both the judgment creditor and debtor to be aware of the applicable post-judgment interest rate to accurately calculate the amount owed.

It's worth noting that post-judgment interest is separate from any pre-judgment interest that may have been awarded for the period before the judgment was entered.

What happens after a writ of execution is served?

After a writ of execution is served, several steps typically follow:

  1. Notice to the debtor: Once the writ of execution is served, the debtor is officially notified of the court's order to enforce the judgment. This notice informs them of the impending actions to collect the debt.

  2. Seizure of assets: With a writ of execution, the judgment creditor or a designated officer may proceed to seize the debtor's assets to satisfy the judgment. This could involve seizing property, bank accounts, vehicles, or other valuable assets.

  3. Evaluation and appraisal: The seized assets are typically evaluated and appraised to determine their value. This step helps assess the worth of the assets and determines whether they are sufficient to satisfy the judgment debt.

  4. Sale or liquidation: If the seized assets are determined to have value, they may be sold or liquidated to generate funds. The proceeds from the sale are then applied towards satisfying the judgment debt.

  5. Distribution of funds: After the assets are sold or liquidated, the funds are distributed to the judgment creditor to satisfy the outstanding debt. If there are multiple creditors or liens on the assets, the funds may be distributed accordingly based on the priority of the claims.

  6. Completion of the process: Once the judgment debt is fully satisfied, the process of the writ of execution is considered complete. The court is typically informed of the successful execution of the writ, and the case may be closed.

It's important to note that the specific procedures and requirements can vary based on the jurisdiction and the laws governing the enforcement of judgments. It's advisable to consult with legal professionals or local authorities to understand the precise steps involved after a writ of execution is served in your specific jurisdiction.

What does service of process have to do with post judgment actions?

Service of process is relevant to post judgment actions as it involves the official delivery of legal documents related to those actions. In the context of post judgment actions, once a judgment has been obtained, the judgment creditor must serve the necessary documents to the judgment debtor and other relevant parties to initiate and enforce post judgment remedies.

For example, if the judgment creditor intends to pursue a wage garnishment or non-wage garnishment, they must serve the appropriate garnishment documents to the judgment debtor's employer or financial institution. This officially notifies them of the court's order and initiates the process of withholding or seizing funds to satisfy the judgment debt.

Similarly, if the judgment creditor plans to execute a writ of execution, they must serve the writ to the judgment debtor and potentially other parties in possession of the debtor's property. This service of process ensures that all parties are informed of the court's directives and facilitates the lawful enforcement of the judgment.

In summary, service of process plays a crucial role in post judgment actions by ensuring that the relevant parties are officially notified of the court's orders and enabling the implementation of post judgment remedies to collect the judgment debt.

Troubleshooting Orders

Order Related Issues

  • What are your office hours?
    Our office hours are 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM, M-F, Pacific time.
  • Can I talk to the process server? I need to give them specific instructions about this service.
    Please add specific instructions in the “Additional Information” field when placing your order. You can also add this information later on the order detail page at 
  • I just got an email saying the service address is bad or invalid. I know this person lives/works there.
    1.  This doesn’t always mean that the defendant doesn’t live or work at the address provided. Sometimes subjects are actively evading service.
    2. There could be a typo somewhere in the address.
    3.  Your documents may have expired due to a court deadline. 
  • I see service is complete. Where’s my proof of service?
    Proofs are automatically generated and sent to process servers upon completion of service. Many are e-signed instantly right in our mobile app. Proofs also appear instantly on your Dashboard for review. Some courts allow for electronic signature while some require wet ink originals and even notaries. Wet ink and notaries delay proof completion. 
  • The court needs a very specific proof filled out. How do I get that to the process server?
    To have the server fill out your specific proof, please upload it with the documents to be served and note that a specific proof needs to be filled out in the "Additional Information" field when placing your order. 

The information on this page does not constitute legal advice and is for general, informational use. Due to the changeability of laws, the information on this page may not reflect the most recent local laws. Always consult current legal and civil codes in your area for the most accurate information.