Forbear or Beware: Are Forbearance Agreements the Solution to California Creditors’ Nightmares?

Once a judgment debtor agrees to a payment plan, he may well want something in writing saying the judgment creditor will not also surprise him with other judgment enforcement activities…

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May 28, 2019

Examinations, liens, turnover orders, levies, and investigative techniques are among the tools available to compel judgment debtors to meet their obligations

WHILE A COURTROOM VICTORY is pleasing, any judgment is only as good as its ability to transform …

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March 14, 2019

How we Help our Clients Satisfy Their Judgments with Vehicle Levies

One way a judgment may be satisfied is through a vehicle levy. The judgment creditor obtains a Writ of execution and then asks the sheriff to seize, store and sell the vehicle. The first $3,050 of sale proceeds are exempt and may be returned to the judgment debtor. …

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April 16, 2019

Why a corporation cannot represent itself in Court in California

There is no actual statutory law in California stating that corporations must be represented by an attorney in Court but the rule that a corporation cannot represent itself in Court is a long-standing common law rule that is very well established in the case law. …

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February 14, 2019