Posted in Judgment on Tue January 17, 2012
One of the biggest issues facing litigants and attorneys in a poor economy is the ability to collect on a judgment. My guess is that a majority of the public think that once a judgment is entered, that amount of money is immediately sent to the prevailing party. Whether dealing with an individual or struggling company, too often a sizable judgment is not collectible. The law creates several avenues for debtors to escape paying judgments and to retain certain personal assets.
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