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Sun Tzu



Dagasdas & Associates has a legal network that spans all over the globe that specializes in one thing only, judgment recovery. Coupled with our relentless team of private investigations and skip tracers, we boast a higher than normal return on judgment recovery far greater than the industry standard. Each judgment enforcement case is unique. Dagasdas & Associates formulates an enforcement strategy for each case assigned to us that maximizes the potential for recovery. Our research is trusted by hundreds of law firms across the country as the best-in-class debtor research, conducted in a law-compliant manner. This is the key to determining the value of a case and securing a successful enforcement of any judgment.


Do you have a potentially collectible judgment? The first step in the process is to determine if the case is collectible. In order to be evaluated for assignment, an asset search needs to be performed. Should we offer to purchase your judgment, this purchase amount is based on your judgment's current and future value however sadly since the debtor is not paying the judgment at this time, the current value is worth zero. By allowing our investigative team to complete our no-cost, no-obligation enforcement assessment, this provision allows us a better opportunity to "predict" a possible future value of your judgment. Use this link to get started today. Upload a Copy of Your Judgment here!


Every year there are over 220 million of judgments rendered across this country in many levels of the judicial system, most of which go uncollected. Why? Because most judgment holders think that once they pay an hourly based attorney, they will get paid. Hourly based attorneys are not familiar with judgment enforcement and typically have their own judgments in need of liquidation. Unlike fungible instruments such as money or gold, a judgment's value depends on many things including the debtor and their assets, laws, the economy, and the skills of the judgment enforcer. This is why judgment creditors may actually never receive the money even though they were awarded the judgment in court. This is where Dagasdas & Associates can recover the funds you have been awarded and THAT can make all the difference!



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