Judgement Enforcement in NY: 2021 Update
Created on October 26, 2021
You've won the case, now how do you make sure your client gets paid? In this introductory program, New York attorney Ariel Berschadsky will provide a step-by-step approach to enforcing New York judgments. Mr. Berschadsky provides valuable information on the various resources that can be used to locate a judgment debtor's assets. He then guides viewers on how to freeze bank accounts, garnish wages, and place liens on the real property while complying with all applicable New York Civil Practice Laws and Rules. The program also explains when and how to use the services of a marshal or sheriff, the locations where judgments should be docketed, and some recent developments in New York law regarding the seizure of bank accounts located out of state.
This course will benefit New York practitioners who need to implement the most effective methods to collect outstanding judgments for their clients.
- Docket judgments in the right place and manner
- Locate and restrain debtor assets
- Review the procedural differences in executing in personal vs. real property
- Use NY law to freeze bank accounts
- Successfully satisfy judgments for your client
Gain access to this course, plus unlimited access to 1,700+ courses, with an Unlimited Subscription.Explore Lawline Subscriptions