A message to existing members!

With the rollout of our new website there are a couple changes to be aware of. Firstly, your old login will no longer work on the new site. Your username has been changed to your full name that you registered with, excluding spaces and punctuation. E.g. “John D. Smith” will have a username “johndsmith”, or potentially “johnsmith” depending on how the name was first entered.

Secondly, all passwords were reset as a security measure. Because of this, you will need to request a new password. Use the “forgot password?” link above to do that. Password reset emails will be sent to the email address you registered with.

The Leading Organization for Judgment Recovery Professionals

The CAJP was formed by a group of dedicated, experienced judgment recovery specialists, living and operating businesses in the State of California. The purpose was to organize and to share ideas, experience and resources in order to more effectively enforce court judgments.

Since its founding in 1999 the CAJP has grown to include over 180 judgment recovery specialists throughout California. As with many professional associations, new members often have varied experience and knowledge. All new CAJP members are required to take a certification test, prove their business identity and business status, and to pay their CAJP dues. CAJP members adhere to strict professional guidelines when collecting judgments.

Judgment Recovery in California

As a California-focused professional organization, our members are uniquely specialized in the collection of California judgments. Some of our members affect judgment recovery throughout the country as well as internationally. Some are associated with other national organizations which assists in nationwide networking to collect judgments where a debtor has skipped.

Judgment Collection/Ethics and Credibility

Membership in the CAJP sends a message to the public that you are a specialized, licensed business that adheres to the CAJP’s professional guidelines in judgment collection. These guidelines indicate that you strive to remain current with the law and that you adhere to high ethical standards.

The CAJP is a 501c6 non-profit organization. For more information, download a copy of the CAJP’s By Laws, tax status, or I.R.S. tax form.