An Overview of Creditor-Debtor Law and Judgment Enforcement Techniques

 

CAUTION STATE LAW VARIANCES ! ! !

Judgment enforcement law is about as non-uniform

between the various states as any body of law.

 

Avoidable Transactions

   formerly "Fraudulent Transfers", and before that "Fraudulent Conveyances"

 

Where the debtor has transferred title to some third party, with either the purpose to defeat creditors or when the debtor was insolvent (or rendered insolvent by the transfer), the creditor will typically start an action to attempt to unwind, or "avoid" the transfer, and thus get the asset back into the hands of the debtor so that the creditor can levy upon it.

 

The body of law that relates to what is now called "voidable transactions" (2014-present), formerly "fraudulent transfers" (1984-2014), and before that "fraudulent conveyances" (1571-1984), is so complex that I have create a separate website just to treat that issue at http://www.voidabletransactions.com

 

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

For Past Articles click here

Site Pages

Other Websites By Jay Adkisson

© 2017 by Jay D. Adkisson. All rights reserved. The materials herein may not be produced in full or in any part without the express, written permission of the author. No claim to original U.S. government, state or local works. The information contained in this website is for general educational purposes only, does not constitute any legal advice or opinion, and should not be relied upon in relation to particular cases. Use this information at your own peril; it is no substitute for the legal advice or opinion of an attorney licensed to practice law in the appropriate jurisdiction.  This site http://www.collectingonajudgment.com  Contact Jay Adkisson by phone to 702-953-9617, by fax to 877-698-0678, or by e-mail to jay [at] jayadkisson.com