An Overview of Creditor-Debtor Law and Judgment Enforcement Techniques



Judgment enforcement law is about as non-uniform

between the various states as any body of law.


Jay Adkisson is admitted to practice law in Arizona, California, Nevada, Oklahoma and Texas. He served as an ABA Adviser to the Drafting Committees of the Uniform Voidable Transaction Act and the (proposed) Uniform Limited Liability Company Protected Series Act. Jay has lectured frequently at CLE programs on judgment enforcement, and has written numerous articles on the topic. Through his law firm, Riser Adkisson LLP, in which he is a partner, Jay maintains offices in Henderson, Nevada, and Newport Beach, California.


Jay's exploits in pursuing assets have been recounted in two articles:



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Recent Articles by Jay Adkisson on Creditor-Debtor Law


2016.8.28 … Registered Agent Sanctioned $234,983 For Helping Ex-Husband Hide Documents Abroad In Sergeeva

2016.7.24 … Sham Mortgage Loan Flops In Pivaroff

2016.7.17 … Wyly's Private Annuities Not Exempt Under Texas Exemption Law Says Bankruptcy Court

2016.6.12 … How Olins' Antique Collection Led Him To Prison For Cheating Civil Creditors

2016.4.30 … 529 Savings Accounts Not Exempt In California Under O'Brien

2016.2.28 … Repatriation Order for Offshore Assets Denied in Lewis

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