Prior to being a lawyer, I was a small business owner. I owned my own collection company and collected hundreds of thousands of dollars of judgment debts, ranging from small claims judgments against shady used car lots, to larger judgments against real estate tycoons and even a senatorial candidate. In yet another previous life, I was a professional poker player, and have seen my fair share of people, places and things.
Now, as an attorney, I continue to dedicate my practice to judgment enforcement law, and to recovering money for those who have rightfully won it but who are still not getting paid. Our firm has satisfied judgment debt well into the seven figures. I strive my best to work on a I-dont-get-paid-till-you-get-paid basis. I will pick up my phone if you call me and return your call if I miss you. Consultations are always free.
Licensed since 2011
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Richard Evans is a master of debt collections and support and judgment enforcements. Whenever I have a case where I have a difficult judgment to enforce, I know that I can trust Rich to get the job done for me. He is dedicated to his clients and works aggressively to protect their interests.
Patricia Van Haren Debt Collection Attorney
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|Managing Partner||Evann's Collection Law Firm||2013 - Present|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|California Creditors Bar Association||Member||2011 - Present|
|Beverly Hills Bar Association||Member||2011 - Present|
|Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles||Member||2011 - Present|
|Los Angeles County Bar Association, Remedies Section||Member||2010 - Present|
|California Association of Judgment Professionals||Member||2009 - Present|
|University of California at Davis School of Law||Law||Juris Doctor||2005|
|UC Santa Barbara||Philosophy||BA Philosophy||2000|
|California Asn of Judgment Professionals Annual Conference 2013||Post judgment law - Round Table Discussion: Panel Member||2013|
|Association of Judgment Professionals, January 2013 (Webinar)||Levies and Turnover Orders: How to enforce against just about anything||2013|