Judgments: You've Won! Now What? (December 2017) [C18357]

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Seminar Date: December 6, 2017
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This seminar took place on December 6, 2017, in Seattle, WA.
CREDITOR DEBTOR | BANKRUPTCY


Product Description:


When you win at a casino, you take your chips and exchange them for cash. When you win in court, it can be much trickier for your client to collect their winnings. How can you help?

This material will take you through judgments and the best practices of experienced attorneys. Topics will include:

  • Ethics of Pre-Bankruptcy Planning
  • Judgments: Duration, Perfection and Domestication
  • Post-judgment Charging Orders
  • Supplemental Proceedings and Garnishment
  • Personal Property Executions
  • Fair Debt Collection Practices Act & Fair Credit Billing
  • Prejudgment Remedies for Creditors
  • Debtor Filed Bankruptcy: What Now?


Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Ethics of Pre-Bankruptcy Planning: The Ethical Pitfalls of Transferring and Changing Assets Before Filing
Michael M. Sperry


Chapter 2: Judgments: Duration Perfection and Domestication - Ensuring Legal Existence of Judgment Liens for As Long As Possible!
Laurin S. Schweet


Chapter 3: Post-judgment Charging Orders: What You Need to Know - The Good, the Bad and the Unknown
Jacob Rosenblum


Chapter 4: Supplemental Proceedings and Garnishment
Patrick J. Layman


Chapter 5: Personal Property Executions
Matthew D. Green


Chapter 6: Fair Debt Collection Practices Act & Fair Credit Billing
Krista L. White


Chapter 7: Executions on Real Property: A How-To Primer Including the Special Procedures for Execution of Homestead Properties
Thomas S. Linde


Chapter 8: Prejudgment Remedies for Creditors
Elizabeth Hebener Norwood


Chapter 9: The Debtor Filed Bankruptcy: What Now? - The Do's and Don'ts of Enforcing Your Judgment Against a Debtor in Bankruptcy
Steven J. Reilly
Jamie J. McFarlane


Chapter 10: Rules of Professional Conduct (Table of Rules)




Coursebook contains 454 pages