Post Judgment Written Discovery

Post-judgment discovery is an inexpensive tool that can lead to an eventual finding of contempt.

Post-judgment discovery forces the debtor to stay active. They must answer the discovery we send. And that can lead to contempt.

Once you have obtained a judgment you are allowed to send the judgment debtor written questions known as interrogatories and demands for documents to assist you in collecting a judgment. We normally send about 90 interrogatories and about 100 requests for production as we work towards determining the actual assets of the judgment debtor.

Frequently, the judgment debtor does not fully answer these questions and request and at that point in time we proceed to motions to compel and motions for contempt.

Once we have obtained the information we need to make decisions about the correct process for collecting your judgment, we are then able to better advise you about the process that best suits your set of facts.

The Abstract
Affecting the Debtor’s Credit Score
Writ of Garnishment
Post-Judgment Investigation
Post-Judgment Written Discovery
Post-Judgment Deposition
Motion to Compel
Motion for Contempt
Arresting the Debtor
Discovery Has No Limits
Motion for Turnover
Appointing a Receiver
Writ of Execution
Property Exempt from Execution
Spousal Property
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