Diving headlong into judgment enforcement without first developing a strategy is a recipe for prolonged frustration and exorbitant expense.
At the end of the day it is important to remember that the goal of judgment enforcement is to achieve the greatest possible recovery without incurring excessive cost in doing so. To that end it is prudent to spend time at the outset assessing the extent and availability of the judgment debtor’s assets and determining what judgment enforcement tools will be most effective and efficient in collecting available assets of a judgment debtor. This video reviews how to conduct the creditor’s exam and how to enjoin the transfer of assets.
Jason R. Canvasser
Clark Hill PLC
- Senior attorney at Clark Hill PLC in the litigation practice group
- Practice areas include general litigation, with an emphasis on commercial litigation
- Rising Star by Super Lawyers magazine, 2015-2016
- Member of the Wayne State Law Review
- J.D. degree, Wayne State University Law School; B.A. degree in political science, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- Can be contacted at 313-965-8257 or [email protected]
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