Judgment Collection

Debtor’s Liability To Pay Creditor’s Attorneys Fees In Collection of Judgment

A frequent asset protection question is whether engaging in a transfer of assets later found to be a fraudulent conveyance subjects the debtor to an award of additional damages. Neither the Florida Statutes, nor case law, provides that a creditor can add damages to the amount of its underlying judgment for damages because the debtor…

Defendants Can Be Subject To Pre-Judgment Asset Freezes

I’ve written many time about clients who underestimate their creditors zeal and underestimate the ability of courts to freeze assets during litigation. Most people incorrectly believe that courts can do nothing more in civil cases than issue money judgments  and that creditors have the task of finding and seizing non-exempt assets.