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April 2012

Keeping Track of Judgment Debtors

Obtaining a judgment in court is only the first step in pursuing delinquent accounts. While a judgment is a binding acknowledgement that money is owed, it does not actually force a debtor to pay. In light of that, and in order to combat a debtor’s avoidance efforts, there are some important things that need to be done after a judgment is entered to maximize the probability of collection. Immediately upon …Read More

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