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How Post Judgment Receivership & Collection Works

When you are focused on winning your lawsuit, it can be easy to forget about the challenge that comes after successful litigation: actually collecting on your judgment amount. Few things are more frustrating than winning a judgment but realizing that getting your money is going to be nearly impossible. 

Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors: A Remedy to Avoid Bankruptcy

When it comes to California contract law, ABC contracts are a well-established tool that can help individuals and entities avoid a formal bankruptcy filing. “ABC” stands for “Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors,” and the term describes a contract in which an economically troubled “Assignor” transfers control of its assets and property to an independent third party. This third party is called the “Assignee,” and they liquidate and wind-up the entity. 

How a Receivership Enforces Family Law & Divorce Judgments

The legal circumstances surrounding divorce are rarely straightforward. When it comes time to divide assets between a divorcing couple, things get even more complicated. Emotions run high, and arguments are common. Even when a judge determines the next course of action, people don’t always want to cooperate.  

A Growing Problem: Motel Crime at Struggling Properties

For better or worse, motel properties have always had to fight against stereotypes that they are places where sketchy things happen. 

Dealing with Illegal Businesses in Retail Centers

Illegal businesses hurt our communities in many ways. Public health and safety officials have a big job when it comes to identifying and responding to these businesses.

Dealing with an Abandoned Property When the Owner Is Deceased

The story of an abandoned property does not always start with the owner of the property packing up and walking away. Often, these properties belonged to someone who is now deceased and next of kin either can’t be found or doesn’t exist. 

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