On 02/11/2010 PREMIER FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC filed a Contract - Other Contract lawsuit against MAXIMILIANO GOMEZ. This case was filed in Los Angeles County Superior Courts, Norwalk Courthouse located in Los Angeles, California. The case status is Disposed - Judgment Entered.
Disposed - Judgment Entered
Los Angeles County Superior Courts
Los Angeles, California
PREMIER FINANCIAL SERVICES LLC.
BECK ROBERT W. LAW OFFICES OF
Court documents are not available for this case.
Miscellaneous-Other (RETURN ON ATTACHMENT/ECECUTION RE WRIT ISSUED ) Filed by Court-Other County/StateRead MoreRead Less
Appl for Writ/Abstract (WRIT ISSUED LOS ANGELES) Filed by Attorney for PlaintiffRead MoreRead Less
Memorandum of Costs (CREDIT 9,100.00 INTEREST 20,743.69 ) Filed by Attorney for PlaintiffRead MoreRead Less
Application - Misc (FOR ISSUANCE OF WRIT OF EXECUTION ) Filed by Attorney for PlaintiffRead MoreRead Less
Satisfaction of Judgment (PARTIAL AS TO DEBTOR MAXIMILIANO GOMEZ ) Filed by Attorney for PlaintiffRead MoreRead Less
Satisfaction of Judgment (PARTIAL SATISFACTION OF JUDGMENT AS TO MAXIMILIANO GOMEZ ) Filed by Attorney for PlaintiffRead MoreRead Less
Satisfaction of Judgment (PARTIAL AS TO MAXIMILIANO GOMEZ ) Filed by Attorney for PlaintiffRead MoreRead Less
Abstract of Judgment ($62,885.37 ) Filed by Attorney for PlaintiffRead MoreRead Less
Default Judgment (PURSUANT TO C.C.P. SECTION 585(d); ) Filed by Attorney for PlaintiffRead MoreRead Less
Request for Dismissal (DOES 1-20 INCLUSIVE WITHOUT PREJUDICE; ) Filed by Attorney for PlaintiffRead MoreRead Less
Declaration (in support of default judgment; ) Filed by Attorney for PlaintiffRead MoreRead Less
Statement-Case Management Filed by Attorney for PlaintiffRead MoreRead Less
Default Entered (AS TO: MAXIMILIANO GOMEZ, an indiv ONLY CRT JG SUBM TO F ON 5-27-10 ) Filed by Attorney for PlaintiffRead MoreRead Less
Rtn of Service of Summons & Compl (AS TO MAXIMILIANO GOMEZ ) Filed by Attorney for PlaintiffRead MoreRead Less
Notice-Case Management Conference Filed by ClerkRead MoreRead Less
Complaint FiledRead MoreRead Less
Summons FiledRead MoreRead Less
Case Number: VC055583 Hearing Date: December 23, 2020 Dept: C
PREMIER FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC v. GOMEZ
CASE NO.: VC055583
JUDGE: OLIVIA ROSALES
Plaintiff PREMIER FINANCIAL SERVICES, LLC’s motion for assignment order is GRANTED. CCP §708.510.
Moving Party to give notice.
No Opposition filed as of December 18, 2020.
Plaintiff obtained a Judgment against Defendant on February 11, 2010. Plaintiff asserts that the judgment remains unsatisfied, and seeks an assignment order pursuant to CCP §708.510 as to payments due or to become due to the judgment debtor stemming from payments, monies, and commissions payable to Defendant by his employer, Forward Management Cerritos, Inc.. (See Blanda Decl., ¶¶4-8.)
“Except as otherwise provided by law, upon application of the judgment creditor on noticed motion, the court may order the judgment debtor to assign to the judgment creditor or to a receiver … all or part of a right to payment due or to become due, whether or not the right is conditioned on future developments….” (CCP §708.510(a).) In determining whether an assignment order should issue, the Court should consider (1) the reasonable requirements of a judgment debtor who is a natural person and any dependents on the judgement debtor; (2) other payments the judgment debtor must make in satisfaction of other judgments and wage assignments; (3) the amount remaining to be due on this judgment; and (4) the amount of the right to payment that is being assigned to the creditor. (CCP §708.510(c).) In conjunction with an application for an assignment order, a judgment creditor may seek a restraining order preventing the judgment debtor from assigning or otherwise disposing of the right assigned to creditor under CCP §708.510. (CCP §708.520(a).)
Here, Plaintiff has served and filed a noticed motion which shows that the judgment is not satisfied, and that there is right to future payments. Defendant has not opposed the instant motion despite having received proper service.
The Court grants the Plaintiff/Judgment Creditor’s request pursuant to CCP §708.510, and will sign the Proposed Order submitted with the moving papers.
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