Execution of court decisions

There are often cases where the trial has long ended in your favor, but the losing party is in no hurry to comply with the court’s decision

It is not enough to just win a lawsuit, it is much more difficult to force the defendant to fulfill its obligations.

If you hope that the court decision will be executed without the legal assistance of a lawyer – you will lose time and opportunity to return your own money.

In this case, you need to use the services of lawyers GOD LEGAL, who will protect your interests.

Enforcement proceedings are usually initiated when the client has already suffered damages and is trying to compensate for his or her losses.
Clients most often turn to the GOD LEGAL team of lawyers when:

  • They refuse to accept the executive document for execution
  • The debtor’s property is missing or hidden in various ways
  • The debtor openly ignores the requirements of the State Enforcement Service and obstructs enforcement activities

GOD LEGAL‘s lawyers know that not all cases can be won.
However, a good lawyer will help minimize the potential loss of the client when enforcing court decisions.

You can count on an honest examination of your situation – without unrealistic predictions

Even if the client is willing to pay a lot, there are factors that a lawyer cannot influence and guarantee the result.
Prospects for the case are announced after studying the documents.

Services in the direction of execution of court decisions:

  • Legal incentives for the debtor to fulfill its obligations
  • Initiation and search for property, funds or other assets of the debtor
  • Support of the procedure of realization of the debtor’s assets
  • Support of the procedure for registration of property rights and other rights
  • Support of the recovery procedure at the stage of private enforcement proceedings, including participation in all enforcement actions
  • Risk assessment and optimization of the client’s position in the options for enforcement actions in property and non-property disputes
  • Protection of the interests of the parties to the enforcement proceedings from illegal actions of officials, internal affairs bodies, etc.
  • Bringing the debtor to justice, including criminal, for intentional non-compliance with court decisions