On Demand

Judgment Enforcement in New York (Update)


Created on September 28, 2017




You've won the case, now how do you make sure your client gets paid? New York attorney Ariel Berschadsky returns for an update to his introductory course, providing a step-by-step approach to enforcing New York judgments. Here, Mr. Berschadsky provides valuable information on the various resources that can be used to locate a judgment debtor's assets. He also addresses how to freeze bank accounts, garnish wages, and place liens on real property while complying with all applicable New York Civil Practice Laws and Rules.

Mr. Berschadsky 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. New York practitioners will learn how to implement the most effective methods to collect outstanding judgments for their clients. 

Learning Objectives:
  1. Understand how and where to docket Judgments
  2. Locate assets
  3. Restrain assets
  4. Identify procedural differences in how to execute on personal vs. real property

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