Judgment Enforcement

Our firm has particular expertise in judgment enforcement with an arsenal of other tools that ensure that if judgment debtor has the means to pay, we can almost always find a way to enforce the judgment.  We regularly enforce judgments obtained for our clients by other law firms and paralegals. 

As with all our services, we enforce judgments on a no-recovery, no-fee basis to give access to justice to judgment creditors who run out of money or desire to pay traditional hourly or block fees.  Unfortunately, many creditors are surprised when they win a judgment only to find out that this does not bring them in any money.  They are surprised that the time and fees they invested in “winning the case” just leads to more time and fees to enforce the judgment, fees that may be “throwing good money after bad”.

On a no-recovery, no-fee basis we identify an enforcement avenue then enforce your judgment through garnishing wages, bank accounts or other liquid assets or forcing the sale of real estate using the judicially-supervised sale process we pioneered in Ontario that the court called “an evolution and improvement in the common law” (click here for an article written by Mr. Christensen on the enforcement options published in The Lawyers Weekly).

We have built on that ground-breaking court ruling to develop a legal process for efficiently obtaining court orders against third parties with knowledge of hidden assets and income sources to disclose them.  This enables us to find enforcement avenues that the best asset-tracing services are blocked from finding because of privacy legislation. 

Contingency based collection means that payment for our work is contingent upon our success. If we are unsuccessful in our attempts to collect, you pay no fee.


The Capital One matter is a severe blow to an already battered body and the various individuals who were calling me on it ran the gamut from cold to indifferent to abusive. Not one of them responded to me with the idea of working together to solve the problem. Not one of them responded to my primary concern… I am writing this note to you, Mr. Christensen, to simply let you know that people like myself, who are going through a rough period, truly appreciate a voice on the other side of the telephone that sounds like a fellow human being.

- Ken G.