From locating assets to liens and garnishment, get a thorough understanding of civil judgment enforcement.
Obtaining a judgment is only half the battle. Too often, clients accept that receipt of a judgment will be the end of the litigation and that the money will begin to flow. In practice, that is rarely the case. Managing client expectations is paramount to the attorney-client relationship, particularly with regard to enforcing and collecting upon a judgment. By reviewing and applying applicable law and highlighting certain strategies, collection tools, and special issues, this topic will help those responsible for enforcing judgments to manage client expectations by understanding the enforcement process and the potential pitfalls that regularly hamper a party's ability to enforce a judgment and collect money owed.
Lynda L. Laing
Strauss Factor Laing & Lyons
- Partner at Strasss Factor Laing & Lyons
- Practice areas include creditor rights and bankruptcy
- Regular speaker in the area of creditor rights
- J.D. degree, Case Western Reserve University; B.A. degree, Albion College
- Can be contacted at [email protected] or 401 456-0700
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