Elements of Proof for Fraudulent Transfers in Florida: Determine if a Transfer Was Fraudulent
FUFTA is a powerful remedy.
Creditors become upset upon realizing that a debtor has been involved in an unfair transaction which impedes on their power to collect payment. Fear not, creditors are not without remedy in the event that there has been some funny business with the debtor’s finances. Despite the debtor’s intentions behind the suspicious transaction, Florida’s Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act allows courts to set aside transfers that are either actually or constructively fraudulent.
Daniel Buchholz is a J.D. Candidate, 2018, at Florida State University College of Law.
Charles B. Jimerson, Esq.
Jimerson Birr, P.A.
Founded Jimerson Birr, P.A. and is the firm’s managing shareholder and a practice group leader for several areas of emphasis of the firm
Represents various businesses of all sizes as their go-to counsel for all legal matters, both in court and out of court; leads teams of lawyers focusing in business litigation, construction law, financial services law, corporate transactions and operations, and eminent domain law
Has significant experience in all stages of litigation, including alternative dispute resolution, negotiation of settlement and litigation of multifaceted commercial matters up through and including trial
J.D. degree, Levin College of Law, The University of Florida; former United States Air Force active-duty combat meteorologist