Jonathan Kirk is a Utah lawyer specializing in judgment enforcement and creditors' rights. He represents hundreds of judgment creditors, and provides legal services to auto lenders and lessors of personal property. If you need a Utah lawyer who understands how to enforce your judgment or enforce your creditor's rights in state or bankruptcy court, you have come to the right place.
If we can't collect it, no one can.
Jonathan Kirk is an expert in enforcing judgments. Having successfully enforced judgments since 2005, Jonathan is trusted by hundreds of clients, working to enforce thousands of judgments ranging from $1,000 to $3,000,000, and collecting millions of dollars. His success comes from his tenacity, unparalleled know-how, proprietary tools and processes, and creative and strategic use of judgment enforcement mechanisms and legal tools that most lawyers don't know about or don't know how to use. He knows how to find clues that eventually lead to finding assets to collect your judgment. If you want expert help to enforce one or more judgments, call Mr. Kirk today and put his experience to work for you. If you don't want to pay attorney's fees and post-judgment costs of collection, Mr. Kirk offers pure and hybrid contingency representation packages. Obtain more information on the FAQ page.
Mr. Kirk provides legal services to auto lenders. Auto loans are secured by a security interest, which allows the lender to repossess the vehicle, sell it, and then get a judgment for any remaining balance. He obtains a court order (writ of replevin) for the Constable to seize and return the vehicle to the lender. After the lender sells the vehicle, he obtains a judgment for the remaining loan balance and then works to enforce the judgment.
Mr. Kirk provides legal services to lessors of personal property (not real property, like homes or apartments). Leased property is not owned by the person leasing/renting the property. He obtains a court order (writ of replevin) for the Constable to seize the property and return it to the owner. He then obtains a judgment for any unpaid balance and then works to enforce the judgment.
Some debtors will file bankruptcy before surrendering their financed vehicle or leased property. In some cases, bankruptcy laws allow the debtor to keep the property under terms that are less favorable than the contractual terms. Unfortunately, some bankruptcy attorneys propose terms that the law will not support. He works to maximize creditors’ rights under bankruptcy laws.
Kirk Law collects debts. Any information obtained will be used for that purpose.
1412 W State Road
Pleasant Grove, UT 84062